After releasing some quirky posters, the makers of Taapsee Pannu and Saqib Saleem‘s Dil Juunglee have launched the trailer and we must the crackling chemistry between the fresh pair is amazing. The trailer of the film starts with the introduction of the lead characters. While Saqib portrays the role of Sumit Uppal a gym trainer and an aspiring poet, Taapsee essays Koroli Nair – an English counsellor. Koroli, who just suffered from a heartbreak gets attract to Sumit at an English class. Despite her friend suggests Koroli to have a fun relationship, she ends up falling for him. After few years we see both the leads happy with their partners, but a twist arrives when both cross their paths again. With the background of its peppy title track, the film is expected to be a fun and a romantic entertainer.
Watch the trailer:
At the trailer launch of the film when Taapsee was asked if she is focusing on commercial cinema with comedy roles more than serious films, she said: “No, not really. After ‘Judwaa 2’ this is one film I am doing on a light-hearted subject before getting into my zone of power-packed performance. As long as I am enjoying this, and my audience is supporting, I am fine with balancing both kinds of cinema.” She further added, “As an actress, I wanted to do something very different from ‘Pink’, and this film came my way, so I did it. Basically, I do not want to repeat myself. That will make me and you people bored. Though this is a fun film, from my look to my character, everything is different here in this film.”
Directed by Aleya Sen and produced by Jackky Bhagnani, Deepshikha Deshmukh and others, the film also stars Abhilash Thapliyal, Shrishti Shrivastav and Nidhi Singh. Producer Jackky Bhagnani, who’ll also be featuring in one of the songs sung by Guru Randhawa, shared his excitement about Dil Juunglee, which is getting release during the Valentine’s Day weekend. He said, “I think we are very fortunate to have a solo release, there is no clash with any film. Being a son of a producer, I know how difficult it is to bring the audience to the theatre. So I am more than happy with the release. It makes a lot of difference because we can get more screens that help to reach a wider audience.” Anyway, did you like the trailer? Share your thoughts in the comment below