Raees Trailer Review : Positive and Negative Things about Shahrukh’s Raees Trailer
As scheduled, the much awaited trailer of Shahrukh Khan‘s gangster based flick Raees today. A day earlier, SRK released a brand new poster of the film which instantly reminds us of 1970s Bollywood. Raees trailer released and broke so many past records with tremendous YouTube views.
SRK took to his Twitter account to share Raees trailer YouTube link. The Dear Zindagi actor wrote
Bola tha na maine… Lo Aa Gaya! #RaeesTrailer
Raees is Based on Real Story of Criminal Abdul Latif
After Darr, Baazigar, Don, in Raees Shah Rukh Khan is anti-hero. SRK plays the role of Raees Aslam, a dreaded smuggler based in 1980’s Gujarat. While Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays an honest cop, all devoted to bring Raees behind the bar. Well, the film Raees is based on the life of criminal Abdul Latif.
Raees Trailer Overview : Dialogues, Romance, Actions and Sunny Leone’s Laila O Laila
The 2 minutes 37 seconds long trailer is packed with some powerful dialogues and punchlines, romantic scenes, action sequences and sizzling Sunny Leone’s glimpse. Raees trailer begins with one of already popular dialogues i.e “Ammi jaan kehti thi koi dhanda chhota nahi hota…aur dhande se bada koi dharm nahi hota“, then a couple of punchlines follow as conversation between Shahrukh Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
Now comes Pakistan actress, the lead heroine Mahira Khan and so romance. Again, the trailer takes a turn and action scenes and punchlines follow as Shahrukh can be seen firing. The last seconds of the trailer is made again alive with Sunny Leone‘s item song, “Laila O Laila“. Before the curtain falls, SRK leaves with a message, saying “Aa raha hoon“.
Raees Trailer Review :
After a long wait, Shahrukh Khan’s much anticipated Raees trailer released. So usually people were high on their expectations. Here are the positive and negative things about the trailer
- Dialogues between Shahrukh Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui
- Shahrukh Khan’s entry scene
- Sunny Leone’s special appearance in ‘Laila O Laila’ song
- Background score
- Pretty dull romantic scenes
- No pace, and audiences can feel it’s slow
Directed by Rahul Dholakia and produced by Red Chillies Entertainment and Excel Entertainment, Raees was to release on 26th January earlier, but will release on 25th January 2017 now in a clash with Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil. So get ready to witness “Baniye ka dimaag aur Miyanbhai ki daring” this Republic Day.