You all must have seen those shady Bollywood movies where there’s a war for power between two rivals. Well, Indian cinema has always been full of such movies. However, the intriguing factor in all of them is the heavy dialogues which are often loved by the audience. One such Bollywood movie titled as Prassthanam is about to hit theaters soon. Holding a powerful cast, Sanjay Dutt, Jackie Shroff, Manisha Koirala & Deva Katta, this latest Bollywood movie is yet again a treat for Bollywood fans.
The trailer starts with a young boy asking if it is bad to kill people. In the reply comes yes from an old man’s voice. The next question boys put forward is then why did Lord Ram Kill Rvana. The reply comes as expected – Kyunki ravan bura tha. This all looks usual but then comes an image of Sanjay Dutt holding a gun.
The next 2.3 Minutes goes on what happens if you get into the Dangal of politics and what it takes to survive. Rivals are discussed, loyalties are established but then something happens. What is that something – the betrayal from the closed ones. This is not new but something that is commonly expected in Bollywood movies.
What ‘s so good about Prassthanam movie trailer?
The heavy dialogue delivery and the shooting in the movie – these are the two important things that help in giving you a commercial success. if we talk about both, Sanjay Dutt and team knows pretty well how to do both. So, in short, it can be concluded that unlike many times, Prassthanam might turn out to be a great one. Although the movie had a very little buzz in the market thanks to Sanju Baba fans, the movie will be able to reap out good amount of money out of the investment.
Watch Prassthanam Movie Trailer
It still cannot be ensured that Prassthanam will be a success but there’s something we can guarantee you – Bollywood is still not over gang war, probably will never be. Catch this masala entertainer on 20th September 2019.
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