Monday, December 6, 2021

“Velle”: The trailer of Karan Deol’s film has been dropped

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The trailer of Karan Deol’s upcoming film has been released. This film has been directed by Deven Munjal. It is mainly the remake of the Telugu movie Brochevarevarua that is starring Sunny Deol’s son Karan Deol, Anya Singh, Abhay Deol, and Mouni Roy.

In this film, Abhay will play the role of Rishi who is a writer-director and pitch the movie to Rohini who is an actor. He has narrated the story of the three friends, Rahul, Rambo, and Raju who also are slackers and get poor grades in school.

They have been befriended with the daughter of the principal Riya and also four of them soon become the “R4 gang”. Riya says about the other three for faking her kidnapping to teach her father a lesson about the things to go m haywire while she has got kidnapped for the real.

Velle trailer: Fake abduction plan goes wrong in this Karan Deol film

The story is based on the journey of the people like you and me, who have inevitably found themselves amidst the chaos of life, for the realization that in the ending, and it all will come together and it will also make some sense.

In a statement, Karan has said about working with Abhay. “I would thank Dimpy chachu for always having my back! He has always been an inspiration for me and working with him is something I’ll always cherish”.

Karan Deol drops trailer of 'Velle'; film to release on December 10 –

Release date:

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This film will hit the theatres on 19th December 2021. It seems that it will clash in the box office with Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui, which is featuring Ayushmann Khurrana and Vaani Kapoor.

Here is the trailer:

A big thanks for the source.

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