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Shamshera trailer: Ranbir Kapoor is a dacoit-turn-saviour against ruthless Sanjay Dutt

The Karan Malhotra directorial also stars Vaani Kapoor in a major role.

  • Sunidhi Prajapat

Last Updated: 07.16 AM, Jun 24, 2022

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Shamshera trailer: Ranbir Kapoor is a dacoit-turn-saviour against ruthless Sanjay Dutt

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The trailer for Ranbir Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt starrer Shamshera is finally out. The Karan Malhotra directorial also stars Vaani Kapoor in a major role. The period action film chronicles the journey of a slave-turn-legend, who fights for the freedom and dignity of his people from a ruthless authoritarian general Shudh Singh in the city of Kaza.

The trailer begins with a monologue by Ranbir himself, who talks about the legend of Shamshera. Meanwhile, the video sees that the story is from 1871 when Ranbir Kapoor a Shamshera's son and a dacoit, doesn't leave a single penny during his loot at any festival or event. Sanjay Dutt enters as a ruthless officer appointed by the British to capture the new goon in town. After learning about the good deeds of his father, Shamshera turns a saviour for his tribe and pledges to fight for their freedom and save them from the ruthless general. Vaani Kapoor can be seen helping the hero and his group to achieve their aim. Towards the end, the clip showcases Ranbir in a double role as Shamshera and his son.

Watch the trailer here:

The actors and makers of the movie shared the latest trailer on their respective handles as well. Meanwhile, on Thursday, the first look of Vaani from the film was unveiled. The diva shared her poster with a special caption on Instagram that reads, "She is relentless and has a heart of gold. She is Sona! Celebrate #Shamshera with #YRF50 only at a theatre near you on 22nd July. (Sic)."

Check out the full post and the poster here:

A few days ago, Ranbir shared in a statement that he really wishes that his father Rishi Kapoor would have been there to see him as Shamshera in this film. "But I am really excited that I got to do a film like this and I hope that somewhere up there he is looking out for me and he is proud of me,” the 39-year-old actor added.

Shamshera marks Ranbir's come-back in films after a four-year gap. He was last seen in Sanjay Dutt's biopic Sanju.

The high-octane thriller also has Ashutosh Rana, Saurabh Shukla, Ronit Roy, Tridha Choudhury and Pitobash Tripathy in key roles.

Shamshera is all set to hit cinemas on July 22.

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