Next Monday, the trailer for Yash Raj Films’ film ‘Shamshera,’ which has been in the works for two years, will be published. During the Corona changeover phase, the filming was completed as soon as the first lock down was lifted.
Ranbir Kapoor plays a North Indian rebel who robs the rich to aid the needy and battles the British army in this film. Vaani Kapoor, an actress, will play a pivotal role in this pre-independence drama. On Saturday, a rumoured movie poster went viral on social media.
Along with Yash Raj Films, actor Ranbir Kapoor maintains a particular place in his heart for the film ‘Shamshera.’ Ranbir Kapoor will return to the big screen next month after four years with ‘Sanju,’ and his fans have been waiting for this film for a long time.
In September, Ranbir Kapoor’s next film, ‘Brahmastra,’ will be released. The relationship between these two films has grown to the point that the first film’s box office performance will have a direct impact on the second film’s opening weekend.
The film ‘Shamshera’ has also become extremely essential for Yash Raj Films, the film’s production firm. Previous films in the series have gone to great lengths to commemorate the company’s 50th anniversary.
This is also the first time the studio has had four consecutive pictures fail at the box office. After the box office failures of ‘Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar,’ ‘Bunty Aur Babli 2,’ ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar,’ and ‘Prithviraj,’ Ranbir Kapoor now bears the entire blame.
According to reports, the trailer for the film ‘Shamshera’ is almost complete, and Yash Raj Films is gearing up to release it on Friday, June 24. The film will be released on July 22, and in the meantime, Ranbir Kapoor’s next film, ‘Brahmastra,’ has begun promotion.
This will be Ranbir Kapoor’s debut film following his marriage to Alia Bhatt, and the entire film industry will be watching its box office performance. Ranbir is presently filming in Spain for his upcoming project, directed by Luv Ranjan. After that, he’ll wrap up the filming of Sandeep Vanga Reddy’s ‘Animal.’