The film features Harrdy Sandhu as the male lead and Sharad Kelkar as the main antagonist.
Last Updated: 06.18 AM, Sep 28, 2022
The trailer for Code Name: Tiranga, one of the best spy action thrillers of the year, was released today and shows a mix of both actions and emotions. In addition to engaging in a lot of hand-to-hand combat, Parineeti Chopra, who is portraying a RAW agent on a courageous mission for the nation, is also seen in stylized action scenes.
The trailer shows the actor disguised as a terrorist on a mission to find the terrorist's head, played by Sharad Kelkar. In doing so, she falls in love with Harrdy Sandhu's character, who plays a doctor. The film showcases how she completes her mission with a lot of sacrifices, including her love.
The movie, which was largely filmed in Turkey, also has Harrdy Sandhu as the male lead, who plays a doctor. Sharad Kelkar, Rajit Kapur, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Shishir Sharma, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, and Deesh Mariwala will also appear in the movie.
Code Name: Tiranga is produced by Bhushan Kumar, Ribhu Dasgupta, Vivek B. Agrawal, and Reliance Entertainment and is presented by Gulshan Kumar, T-Series Film, and Reliance Entertainment along with Film Hangar. On October 14, 2022, the movie will be released on theatre screens.
The espionage thriller marks the reunion of Chopra and Dasgupta after their Netflix release, The Girl on the Train, which premiered in 2021.
Meanwhile, Chopra received critical acclaim for her roles in the black comedy Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar and the biographical sports drama Saina in 2021. Chopra made his television debut this year by serving as a judge on Colors TV's reality series Hunarbaaz: Desh Ki Shaan.
Parineeti will also be featuring in Sooraj Barjatya's Uunchai, starring Amitabh Bachchan, Anupam Kher, and Boman Irani in the lead roles.
Talking about Sandhu, with the sports drama film 83, which is based on India's successful campaign at the 1983 Cricket World Cup, he made his acting debut in Bollywood. He portrayed Madan Lal, a former fast bowler for Team India who was a vital member of the 1983 World Cup-winning squad.