He is the masked villain Prithviraj Sukumaran opposite Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff

Still from Bad Mian Short Mian Glimpse (Etiquette: Akshay Kumar,

New Delhi:

Get ready for a rollercoaster ride of action-packed thrills and Bollywood charm with director Ali Abbas Zafar’s latest offering, Bad Mian Short Mian, the makers recently unveiled the trailer of the film which showcases a mix of larger-than-life action sequences, scenic exotic locales and catchy dance numbers. Although titled the 1998 comedy classic, this reboot ventures into new territory, featuring Akshay Kumar And Tiger Shroff As a dynamic duo, replacing the iconic Amitabh Bachchan and Govinda. While the original duo played cops, Akshay and Tiger play elite soldiers on a globe-trotting mission to stop a vengeful masked villain portrayed by Malayalam star Prithviraj Sukumaran.

The nearly three-minute trailer begins with an ominous introduction of the villain, aptly named ‘Apocalypse’, featuring an elaborate mask, long locks, and a terrifying machine gun. He steals a powerful weapon from the Indian armed forces, he climbs to an unprecedented height. Ronit Roy’s character warns of the weapon’s destructive potential, setting the stage for intervention by our main protagonists, Bade Mian and Chhote Mian, played by Akshay and Tiger respectively.

In a whirlwind of high-octane action, comedic bangers and adrenaline-pumping stunts, the trailer unveils a riveting story where alliances are tested and loyalties are questioned. As the two heroes navigate their way through dangerous encounters, a twist comes as they are pitted against each other. The trailer ends with the actors saying, “Hum dono ek sakte ke liye jaan de sakte hain, par ek sakte ki jaan le bhi sakte hain” (We can give our lives for each other, but we can also take each other’s lives). A hint at the complex dynamics of the game.

According to reports, the film has been made on a budget of over Rs 300 crore. Bad Mian Short Mian It will release in theaters on April 10. It will clash with Ajay Devgn’s film. field,

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