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Judgementall Hai Kya Trailer Review: Kangana And Rajkumar Rao Impress

Trailer review - Judgementall Hai Kya

The trailer of the much-awaited film of the year ‘Judgementall Hai Kya’ is out now. Have a detailed read at our review.

Ekta Kapoor’s ‘Judgementall Hai Kya’ has been in controversies ever since its announcement. The film started creating waves when there were objections about the title, ‘Mental Hai Kya?’ from the mental health community.

Later on, the makers decided to change it to ‘Judgementall Hai Kya’ which stars Kangana Ranaut and Rajkumar Rao. Not many know but the movie was initially named after a super-hit Rishi Kapoor movie, Bobby which also happens to be Kangana’s character’s name in the movie.

The two actors last shared screen space in their first blockbuster movie ‘Queen’ in 2014. Queen managed to entertain the audience and bring Kangana Ranaut to the league of A-List Bollywood heroines. 

The trailer starts with two lead actors, Bobby and Keshav being suspected for murder. In the middle of all the chaos surrounding the murder, we see some flashes of super-fine acting by Satish Kaushik who plays the mystery-solving cop in the film.

While Bobby, is a charming, fun-loving, bubbly and somewhat confused character; Rajkumar Rao is a sane, well-groomed, family man living next door. The trailer goes on to show how Bobby falls for the ‘normal’ Keshav who shows his inner wild child as time passes.

The most memorable dialogue from the trailer happens to be the one chanted by Rajkumar while teasing Bobby on their terrace. ‘Jis daal par Maine Nazar Daali, Wo Daali Kisi Aur Ne Kaat Daali’ which marks the beginning of their twisted obsessive love story. Besides, the two constantly try to prove their innocence to the police. 

The performances of the two talent-powerhouses are commendable. The storyline is interesting. It keeps you on the edge throughout. The writer Kanika Dhillon has done a fantastic job. Not to miss the exciting, new remix of ‘Duniya Me Logo Ko’ track from 1972. The film hits the theatres on 26 July 2019.

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