Sonchiriya Trailer OUT: This Sushant, Bhumi starrer dacoit drama looks Rusty & Gripping

Finally, the trailer of much anticipated movie Sonchiriya is out. This film is grabbing eyeballs for its ensembled casting. Also, it’s rustic and rooted tale set in the valleys of Chambal in the 1970s. After Ishqiya and Udta Punjab, director Abhishek Chaubey is back with this dacoit drama Sonchiriya. The makers of this upcoming film released its trailer and as expected, it is immensely gripping and power packed.

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Coming to the trailer video, the 2 min 43 sec video show us some inter-gang wars between the dacoit groups, fighting to acquire control of central India back then. While, the government issues crackdowns on them. We can also see Bhumi, on the other side, who plays a fiery woman who can easily pick guns to save her honour. The trailer shows Sushant, Ranvir and Manoj as dacoits who fight for control as Ashutosh’s character is trying to clamp them down. And amid all this, Sushant’s character is planning to go against his group and surrender, in short, be a rebel. It is the first time we will get to see the Kedarnath actor Sushant in a rustic avatar. Bhumi is impressive with her tough character too. But it is Ashutosh Rana who is turning heads. He is surely reminding us of his films from the 90s where he played the ruthless antagonist. This film has been shot in the valleys of Madhya Pradesh.

Sonchiriya directed by Abhishek Chaubey and produced by Ronnie Screwvala. Starring Sushant Singh Rajput, Bhumi Pednekar, Ashutosh Rana, Manoj Bajpayee and Ranvir Shorey among others. This film is expected to hit theatres on February 8.

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