Rocky Handsome trailer: Guns, goons and John Abraham at his best
With killer looks and killing moves in tuxedo, the trailer of the much-awaited John Abraham film, Rocky Handsome is out! After successful movies like Drishyam, Force and Marathi film Lai Bhaari, Nishikant Kamat is back with a one more powerful film.Updated: Mar 04, 2016, 17:38 IST
With killer looks and killing moves in tuxedo, the trailer of the much-awaited John Abraham film, Rocky Handsome is out! After successful movies like Drishyam, Force and Marathi film Lai Bhaari, Nishikant Kamat is back with a one more powerful film, which also stars Shruti Haasan.
The 03.05-minute trailer is packed with sharp and high octane action sequences and duel with a soft side of Rocky Handsome, which seems like a haunting past. The trailer begins with the soothing romantic track between John and Shruti’s Rehnuma which gets an abrupt end with a sombre John standing in front of a picture which is not visible.
Watch: The official trailer of Rocky Handsome
The video also shows Rocky trying to protect a child, played by Divya Chalwad, who is apparently not even related to him but calls him ‘handsome.’ This makes us assume the film to be an emotional one portraying the relationship of the man and child.
Fitness freak John has learnt Aikido, Hapkido and Krav Maga forms of martial arts for the action flick shot in Hyderabad, Goa and Mumbai. Rocky Handsome, which also stars Nathalia Kaur, Nishikant Kamath, Nora Fatehi and Sharad Kelkar, is an official remake of 2010 Korean film The Man from Nowhere. The film, which marks the acting debut of Nishikant Kamath, is slated to release on March 25.
Watch: Rehnuma from Rocky Handsome
John was the first one to share the trailer on Twitter which was officially unveiled at an event in Mumbai on Friday. The film was initially titled Johnny Handsome, but later was changed to Rocky handsome, said the director at the trailer launch.
John added he is happy with the name Rocky Handsome as he is a fan of Sylvester Stallone. The actor even clarified that the actions in the movie are real without any VFX.