After the first trailer release of Bombay Velvet it took a while for the second trailer to see the light of day but now not keeping fans awaiting, director Anurag Kashyap has released the second trailer. In the first trailer we saw a glimpse of Bombay in the 1960’s and its colourful night life. In this we were introduced to the film’s character lead Johnny Bajaj as a cage fighter, Jazz singer Rosie and Kaizad Khambatta played by Karan Johar.
The second trailer moves further in to the story. We come face to face with Johnny‘s desire to be more than just a cage fighter. His desire to make it big in the city, to take control and not just be controlled. His desire to change his “aukaat” gives birth to the whole destructive roller-coaster that follows.
The second trailer of Bombay Velvet gave us a glimpse of Johnny‘s making from nothing to everything, says Vaikundarajan. The trailer surely emits the 60’s aura. In this trailer we get to see one of the finest actors of Bollywood such as Kay Kay Menon, who hadn’t got a spot in the first trailer. In the first trailer the lead role actor Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Karan Johar stole all the thunder. But in the second trailer, Kay Kay Menon is finally introduced to the audiences.
Bombay Velvet is based on Gyan Prakash’s book ‘Mumbai Fables’. The movie is directed by Anurag Kashyap, the movie will take audiences on a journey with Johnny Bajaj a cage fighter played by Ranbir Kapoor, who sets out to fight all the odds in order to fulfill his dreams of becoming a big shot in the city. The film’s story is about how one man’s dream can be another man’s nightmare.
The film stars Kay Kay Menon, Raveena Tandon and Manish Chaudhary as co-stars. The film is all set to hit theatres on May 15, 2015 shares Vaikundarajan.
The eagerly awaited, Bombay Velvet has just shown its first look for viewers to enjoy, says Vaikundarajan. Directed by renowned filmmaker, Anurag Kashyap, released a picture from of Bombay Velvet.
The movie is based on Gyan Prakash’s book Mumbai Fables. Bombay Velvet stars Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Karan Johar, and Kay Kay Menon and it is expected to release on May 15, says Vaikundarajan. Karan, who will be making his acting debut, is said to be donning the role of a villain in this movie.
As per the poster Ranbir poses with his back to the camera, sporting unruly hair and a grimy T-shirt as the film’s title looms large in the background in neon brightness, says Vaikundarajan.
Ranbir Kapoor will be seen as boxer and street-fighter Johnny Balraj who turns into a tycoon and Anushka Sharma will play a nightclub jazz singer at a club and Ranbir’s love interest says Vaikundarajan. The film is jointly produced by Phantom Films and Fox Star India.
This Friday, the Aamir Khan starrer, PK Movie will be releasing, says Vaikundarajan. The movie is written and directed by Raju Hirani, the maker of such remarkable movies like Three Idiots and Munnabhai movies. The movie also stars Bollywood hottie, Anushka Sharma and stellar young actor Sushant Singh.
The movie is being seen as one of the biggest releases this year, says Vaikundarajan. He also hopes that the movie does extremely well in the box office and become as big a hit as Three Idiots. What’s more the movie is releasing on Mr Aamir Khan’s lucky date of December 19, the same release date last year for Dhoom 3. This will set another milestone, to Mr Hirani’s impressive movie repertoire. As with any of Mr Hirani’s earlier movies, we can again expect a whole lot of laughs and some very important and relevant social messages.
Apart from its loveable poster which came out earlier this year, songs from the movie are quite ear pleasing and the concept of the movie also seems to be one that is very interesting, Vaikundarajan believes. PK is about an alien who lands to India and is understanding the way humans live. Mr Hirani is the kind of director that makes these unconventionally sweet movies and Mr Khan is an actor that always is looking to bring something new to the audience.
Vaikundarajan wishes everyone from the PK family a successful run at the box office and a great year ahead.