Jazbaa trailer: Aishwarya, Irrfan in a thrilling video
The much-awaited trailer of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's comeback starring Irrfan Khan is out. Irrfan, once again, gets to play a cop who doesn’t play by the book but always gets his guy (Slumdog Millionaire, Gunday and the like). Aishwarya, however, is the loose cog in the machinery.bollywood Updated: Aug 25, 2015 14:53 IST
The much-awaited trailer of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's comeback starring Irrfan Khan is out. Sanjay Gupta, who has directed the thriller, shared the trailer on Twitter Tuesday afternoon.
Aishwarya looks edgy and intense and wears all-black while the tough, street savvy
is dressed in formals. Rumoured to be a remake of 2007 South Korean movie Seven Days, Jazbaa traces the story of Anuradha Verma (Aishwarya), an advocate who needs to defend a rape and murder accused in a bid to save her daughter’s life. Irfan plays Yuhaan, a cop who is investigating the case.
Irrfan plays a cop in Jazbaa.
Sanjay Gupta has come up with a thrilling, edge-of-the-seat 2.31 minute trailer and certainly manages to up the hopes of his audience. Irrfan, once again, gets to play a cop who doesn’t play by the book but always gets his guy (Slumdog Millionaire, Gunday and the like).
, however, is the loose cog in the machinery. Her overacting kills the sense of dread in the trailer.
Aishwarya in a still from Jazbaa.
However, there are some interesting dialogues in the trailer:
"Rishto mein bharosa aur mobile mein network na ho to log game khelne lagte hain"
"Mr Youhan, tumhara yeh Amitabh Bachchan look aur tevar yaha kaam nahi karega." "Toh aap bataiye, main kya Singham banke ghoomun?"
"Teri amma ne jiske baare me nahi bataya main tera wo baap hun"
Aishwarya was last seen on screen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Guzaarish (2010) with Hritik Roshan. She received critical acclaim for her performance but took a break from acting to cater to her family and daughter Araadhya's needs.
Watch Jazbaa trailer:
Jazbaa also stars Anupam Kher, Shabana Azmi and Atul Kulkarni and is scheduled to hit theatres on October 9.