Shehzada trailer: Kartik Aaryan takes dig at nepotism, cracks a Rajamouli joke and warns to not ask concerning the story

The trailer of Kartik Aaryan’s upcoming mass entertainer Shehzada launched on Thursday. Directed by Rohit Dhawan (Dishoom, Desi Boyz), the movie is the remake of Allu Arjun’s Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo (2020). It additionally stars Kriti Sanon.

Shehzada Official Trailer | Kartik Aaryan, Kriti Sanon | Rohit Dhawan

Presenting the official trailer of Shehzada. Directed by Rohit Dhawan Starring: Kartik Aaryan, Kriti Sanon , Manisha Koirala, Paresh Rawal, Ronit Roy, Sachin Khedekar, and music by Pritam, Produced by Bhushan Kumar, Allu Aravind S Radha Krishna, Aman Gill and Kartik Aaryan The film is set to release on 10th Feb 2023.

The movie seems to be a typical action-comedy with a plotline from Govinda movies of the 90s. Kartik performs Bantu, an aspiring lawyer, who discovers that he’s the scion of the multimillionaire Jindal household. His adopted father, Valmiki, performed by Paresh Rawal, seems to be an worker of the Jindals. The trailer exhibits the ‘Shehzada’ return house and benefit from the bounties of being born with a silver spoon. He takes digs at nepotism, cracks a Rajamouli joke, reveals theatrics with Rajpal Yadav and romances Kriti. But hassle is looming over his legacy. Enter Sunny Hinduja (AspirantsThe Family Man) because the villain. He has put Bantu’s organic father Randeep Jindal (Ronit Roy) within the hospital. Now, it’s as much as Bantu to save lots of the day as a result of “on the subject of household, there isn’t a dialogue, solely motion.” Kartik additionally warns us, “don’t enquire concerning the story in between the motion.”

Shehzada is scheduled to launch in theatres on February 10.

Kartik was in Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, a significant hit, and Freddy, an OTT launch, in 2022. He additionally has Satyaprem Ki Katha and Aashiqui 3 on the playing cards.



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