Brothers trailer: Akshay-Sidharth promise a gruesome family drama (watch video)Akshay Kumar-Sidharth Malhotra's Brothers trailer reviewNew Delhi: Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra starrer 'Brothers' is out with its trailer and with a glance, it seems highly destructive.Destructive - the way Karan Malhotra has mastered the
Akshay Kumar-Sidharth Malhotra's Brothers trailer review
New Delhi: Akshay Kumar and Sidharth Malhotra starrer 'Brothers' is out with its trailer and with a glance, it seems highly destructive.
Destructive - the way Karan Malhotra has mastered the art of showing pain and gloom with 'Brothers.'
The trailer opens narrating what has been deemed as the highly crucial scene of the film, the fight between our brothers. While both Akshay and Sidharth make the way to win the gruesome fight, the story of emotions and entire family drama opens in the background.
Jacqueline Fernandez is there serving as a beautiful escape from the rest of the cruel set-up in the film. The actress seems beautiful both as a female lead in the film and more while playing romantic lead opposite Akshay Kumar.
What teases you in the trailer is how deeply saddened Jackie Shroff looks. The man with fierce expressions but a glitch of losing the love his sons used to share, Jackie will double your heart with the emotions of empathy.
Go further and you would encounter Sidharth Malhotra in his ever-so-villainous avatar. He seems all powerful and ready for some unsaid vengeance both physically and mentally.
And the trailer transports you back to the fight-where there seems no mercy. Brothers are clashing to win the fight. For David Fernandes (Akshay Kumar), it is fight for his family and for Monty Fernandes (Sidharth Malhotra), the fight is to keep his head high.
Watch the highly moving trailer of Brothers here...
The trailer readily invokes a sense of dreadful human emotions, the one that no one would ever want to go through in life.
And if all that the trailer promises happens to be true, get ready for another terrific blockbuster after Agneepath by director Karan Malhotra.