On July 21, the film will be released on Prime Video in India and 200 other countries and territories. The film’s OTT release was confirmed some time ago. It was formerly scheduled to open in theatres on October 6, 2023. The trailer was revealed during a special ceremony in Dubai by the film’s producers. The occasion was attended by ‘Bawaal’ stars Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor. Read on to know more.
The full-length trailer for Bawaal has been released by the film’s producers. The Nitesh Tiwari-directed film, starring Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor, is a love drama set in the historical context of World War II. Moreover, the movie’s narrative has a message to share.
Producer Sajid Nadiadwala commented, “Bawaal is a very special film for me and one of my most ambitious projects. It has been an absolute joy to produce this film which has been directed by my most loved filmmaker Nitesh Tiwari with Varun and Jahnvi giving their very best in their first film together. I am very proud of Bawaal, and I am thrilled to announce its worldwide premiere on Prime Video this July.”
Bawaal Trailer Review
Varun Dhawan’s role as Ajay Dixit or Ajju Bhaiya is introduced in the trailer. A history teacher in Lucknow has created a false image in society for himself and cherishes it. Despite being terrible in his profession, the school’s Principal respects him due to his phony image. As the movie progresses, he meets a gorgeous, down-to-earth Nisha (Janhvi Kapoor) who can assist him in further improving his image. The couple promptly marries and departs for a trip to Europe.
Ajay tries to convey his worldly knowledge to Nisha during their voyage, appearing overly confident and seeking to mold her in accordance with his vision. When the pair lands in Germany and goes on a World War II path, the story takes a deadly turn. Further, the trailer shows snippets of wartime events, illustrating the struggle between Ajay and Nisha. Ajay’s dissatisfaction with his wife also becomes clear, and she criticizes him for being “selfish” and also for concentrating only on his image. “Every love story has its own war,” the tagline says, highlighting the film’s core theme of inner conflict.
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