83 Trailer: Ranveer at his best, "Its not a movie, its an emotion" say fans
Ranveer Singh, plays former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev, is the star of the film.
The first trailer for Kabir Khan's film 83 has arrived. The film, starring Ranveer Singh, is about the Indian cricket team's maiden World Cup victory in 1983, when they defeated West Indies in the final under the captaincy of Kapil Dev.
In the roughly four-minute clip, we revisit numerous classic moments from the Indian cricket team's historic victory over the West Indies in the 1983 World Cup. The cast includes Tahir Raj Bhasin as Sunil Gavaskar, Saqib Saleem as Mohinder Amarnath, Dhairya Karwa as Ravi Shastri, Jiiva as Krishnamachari Srikkanth, Harrdy Sandhu as Madan Lal, Ammy Virk as Balwinder Sandhu, Sahil Khattar as Syed Kirmani, Chirag Patil as Sandeep Patil, Adinath Kothare as Di Pankaj Tripathi also plays the team's manager, PR Man Singh. While Deepika Padukone portrays Romi Dev, Kapil Dev's wife.
Ranveer's portrayal of Kapil Dev has more than impressed fans, who are calling the film a "blockbuster" and "masterpiece" already. While reacting to the trailer, a user wrote, "This is not a movie. It's emotion. Every cricket fans are involved. What a trailer!" "Ranveer is undoubtedly the most talented and intelligent actor of the current generation. No one comes close," another user said.
83 will now be released in theatres on December 24. In Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam, the film will be released. Due to the COVID-19 breakout, the big-budget, multi-starrer film was one of the first to be pushed back from its initial April 2020 release date.
The producers had set a new release date of June 4, 2021, which was again pushed back due to the pandemic's second wave. Tahir Raj Bhasin, Jiva, Saqib Saleem, Pankaj Tripathi, and Deepika Padukone also star in the film. Kabir Khan, Madhu Mantena, and Vishnu Induri produced the film, which is distributed by Reliance Entertainment.
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