It has been a long wait, but it seems like the Kalank trailer was worth the wait. The Abhishek Varman directorial sees an elaborate star cast come together. While Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan reunite after Badrinath Ki Dulhania, fans are going gaga over Sanjay Dutt reuniting with Madhuri Dixit after 20 years. The movie also stars Aditya Roy Kapur and Sonakshi Sinha in the lead. The Dharma Productions film released the teaser a few days ago introducing every character. After which, the makers dropped three mind-blowing songs which includes Ghar More Pardesiya, First Class and the Kalank title track. And now, the Kalank trailer drops.
The trailer reveals that Alia’s Roop is the linchpin behind the events of Kalank. Her acts causes Dev and Satya’s marriage, causes havoc in everyone’s life and could give us a summer blockbuster. Thanks Alia. The trailer is a visual treat, just like the teaser was. Packed with emotions, drama, colours and elaborate sets, Kalank is going to be an event to remember this summer.
Through the songs we were already aware that Alia’s Roop and Varun’s Zafar share a romantic bond. Judging by the previous scenes from the promos and songs, it is understood that the two lovers are torn apart. How, what and when is something we’ll have to wait and watch. The promos also hint a romantic connection between Sonakshi’s Satya and Aditya’s Dev. This will be the first time that the two stars have been cast opposite each other.
Kalank is a special project for Karan Johar. KJo had revealed that his father, late Yash Johar, had helped him with Kalank. “A film that was born in my heart and mind 15 years ago….a film I passionately believe in…the last film my father worked on before he left us….it was his dream to see this film come through….I couldn’t fulfil his dream then….my spirit was broken….but today his wish has found a relationship with celluloid….the story of turbulent relationships and eternal love has found a voice….the film has been woven,nurtured and visualised by ABHISHEK VARMAN….and the film Is KALANK! Set in the 40’s but it’s heart lives on…” he said.