After almost a year we are back with our venture of Trailer Trails, where we talk about the scoring and losing points of film trailers. A film’s trailer gives you hundreds of reasons whether to watch a film or not and hence analyzing it saves the audience’ money and time.
Sajid Khan portrayed Akshay Kumar as a ‘Panauti‘ in Housefull and struck gold. From marrying a buffalo to pleading with his father for marriage, the makers give us a fused flavor of Akshay, which he mastered in Housefull and Jolly LLB 2.
A three-minute trailer filled with drama, emotion and comedy does tickle but fails to outclass its Bollywood brother and sisters. Bhumi Pednekar carries forward her bold and fearless mood after a successful Dum Laga ke Haisha and only watching the film would give us a better understanding of her character.
Supporting roles from veterans like Anupam Kher and Sudhir Pandey along with the comical flavor of Divyeandu Sharma should not leave gaps in the acting department at all. The film gets its hype not only from the star cast but also from its theme and the writers of the story. With everything in perfect position and looking to spread the PM’s message of ‘Swach Bharat’ , Toilet- Ek Prem Katha has a lot to offer, but the trailer, though quite glossy and attractive, has an average film written all over it.