While the whole world is praying for a speedy recovery of Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan, the makers released the much-awaited trailer of his film Karwaan starring Dulquer Salmaan and Mithila Palkar. Going by the trailer, the movie can be aptly called a roller coaster ride in which three lost souls meet and begin on a journey to nowhere.
The 2-minute 37-second trailer starts with the introduction of popular Malayalam actor Dulquer Salman and we can’t stop praising him for his perfect expressions and a stellar performance throughout. But then enters Irrfan Khan and he takes away all the limelight. The actor’s funny one-liners and other-worldly charm are hard to miss in the trailer. He seems to be playing a driver in the film at first, but later we see that he gets offended by Tanya(Mithila’s character) when she calls him a driver. So what is his role exactly, it is hard to tell. But the trailer definitely calls for an interesting ride, which will be a perfect blend of emotions and humour.
The moment trailer dropped on the internet, twitter went crazy praising the Piku actor for his phenomenal work. While some called him a Rockstar, other couldn’t stop praising Dulquer Salman who is debuting not Bollywood with the film. Here’s how Twitter reacted.
This is so good, so much freshness and great casting. #KarwaanTrailer https://t.co/ZeIhGqwOJ6 @RSVPMovies @irrfank is a rockstar. @dulQuer shines with his Hindi @mipalkar is someone to watch out for. August 3rd Release. Can't wait. #Karwaan #KarwaanTrailerOutNow— amit dadhich (@amit12354) June 27, 2018
This is absolutely delightful.. seeing fantastic actors together is bonus. cant wait..— ZERO (@iamSiffr) June 27, 2018
Wowwwwww its going to be a blockbuster for sure.... 🤗🤗😻😻😘😍😍😍😍😍— Rishin (@RishinPt) June 27, 2018
Superb Trailer DQ 👌👌— R a J i V (@RajivAluri) June 27, 2018
Entertaining package. Feel good 😘😘 @DulQuer 👌👌 waiting— Razi_rash (@RashRazi) June 27, 2018
Karwaan is bankrolled by Ronnie Screwvala’s production house RSVP in association with Ishka Films. The movie will hit the cinemas on 3rd August.