These trailer releases of the past week will leave you excited for the coming movies
Out of the many trailers and teasers released, here’s our pick of the best few that you cannot afford to miss.
Shazam, the newest superhero movie, has everyone super excited for the never seen before DC hero. The comic and animated series fan are going crazy with anticipation because Shazam does carry an image of a deadly combination of fun and badass. Through the trailer, one thing we can be sure of is that Zachary Levi’s clumsy attempts to be a superhero will leave you in splits. In cinemas on 5th April.
With this movie, Salman Khan has introduced two new faces to Bollywood, Zaheer Iqbal (Kabir) and Pranutan Bahl (Firdaus) will appear on the big screen with an enticing love story based in Kashmir. It is the story of Kabir and Firdaus who fall in love with each other just by listening to the stories that described themr and not even meeting once, in person. With an interestingly different plot, this love story is expected to be a whiff of fresh air. In cinemas on March 29th.
Sophie Turner plays Jean Grey in the movie where her character is shown struggling with her telepathic and telekinetic powers. She struggles to manage her uncontrollable powers while rescuing the world waiting for the Doomsday because of a space mission that went wrong. As interesting and nail biting as the trailer looks, the movie is expected to be even more enticing. In cinemas on 7th June.
Director Anurag Singh has done it again with another masterpiece starring, Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra. Kesari is a movie that is based on a true story about the battle of Saragarhi which was fought by 21 fearless Sikhs against 10,000 Afghans in 1897. The trailer itself gave us goosebumps and major patriotic vibes which only increased the anticipation of watching the movie. In cinemas on 21st March.
Ryan Reynolds as Detective Pikachu. What more could anyone ask for? The movie released its second trailer last week and both, Pokemon fans and the fans of Ryan Reynolds can not keep calm. Pikachu itself has a cult following and seeing the cutesy pokemon spit out Ryan Reynold’s sarcasm is beyond entertaining. In cinemas on 10th May.