The action-packed trailer of 'Marjaavaan' starring Sidharth Malhotra, Riteish Deshmukh, and Tara Sutaria released yesterday, and as per social media culture, it has triggered a meme fest.
Apart from the two actors being foes in the new movie too, the unmissable reference to "Ek Villain" in the trailer is "Galliyan" -- the popular song of the 2014 film. The over-three minute trailer also shows actress Tara Sutaria's character getting killed, similar to what happened to Shraddha Kapoor's character in "Ek Villain".
Among those who loved thetrailer is filmmaker Karan Johar, who had launched Sidharth in Bollywood. "This is what a full on commercial and masala film should be!!!! Seetimaar!!! Dhamakedar!!!! @SidMalhotra rocking the hero! @Riteishd killing it as the villain! Gorgeousness of Tara! Ada of @Rakulpreet @zmilap packing the punches! bit.ly/Marjaavaan-OfficialTrailerÂ. #Marjaavaan SUPERHIT hai," Karan tweeted.
This is what a full on commercial and masala film should be!!!! Seetimaar!!! Dhamakedar!!!! @SidMalhotra rocking the hero! @Riteishd killing it as the villain! Gorgeousness of Tara! Ada of @Rakulpreet @zmilap packing the punches! https://t.co/Yhz2auEXQY #Marjaavaan SUPERHIT hai!— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) September 26, 2019
But Twitter had something funnier in store and here are some reactions that will make you go ROFL.
In the film, Sidharth essays the role of a rowdy, angry Raghu who walks around with a match-stick in his mouth and spouts some smart one-liners.
The trailer also shows Riteish Deshmukh who plays a vertically challenged antagonist whose height is just 3-feet. Riteish who is back for revenge, promises to make Raghu's life hell.
It's for the first time that fans will see Sidharth romancing Tara who is playing of Zoya, and their chemistry in the trailer is unmatchable.
'Marjaavaan' marks the second collaboration between Sidharth and Riteish after 'Ek Villain'. It is bankrolled by Bhushan Kumar, Divya Khosla Kumar, and Krishan Kumar along with Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani and Nikhil Advani. The flick is slated to hit the theatres on November 8.
With inputs from Agencies.