Watch Katrina Kaif, Aditya Roy Kapur in fiery trailer of Fitoor
After Rock On and Kai Po Che, director Abhishek Kapoor is back with what promises to be another winner in Fitoor. The first trailer of the film, which features Aditya Roy Kapur, Katrina Kaif and Tabu in lead roles, has already raised hopes from it.
Shot mostly in Kashmir, Fitoor is the story of a budding artiste Noor (Aditya) who falls in love with Firdaus (Katrina). However, there’s a catch in this story in the form of Beghum Hazrat (Tabu). The film traces the complex social fabric of Kashmir and its youngsters.
Watch: Aditya, Katrina, Tabu in Fitoor trailer
The trailer has visuals of bomb blasts, suggesting that it has militancy as its theme. The background music by Amit Trivedi makes it even more appealing.
Fitoor will hit the screens on February 12, 2016.
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