Sooryavanshi Trailer Review: Ab Ki Baar 250 Paar!

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Sooryavanshi Trailer Review

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Director Rohit Shetty's cop action franchisee just got extended with the addition of one more film, 'Sooryavanshi'. The Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif starrer is all set to release on 24th of March, and has quite an extended cameos from actors Ajay Devgn and Ranveer Singh. The trailer of the film has been released on 2 March, and it is hair-raising to say the least.

'Sooryavanshi' trailer is more than 4 minutes in its length. The trailer starts with actor Ajay Devgn' s voice-over, which recalls the timeline of Mumbai terror attacks. The film calls Mumbai as "the heart of Hindustan", and says that the biggest terror attack on Mumbai was yet to happen. The trailer then introduces us to the Mumbai Poilce ATS Chief, Sooryavanshi (Akshay Kumar), who had the responsibility to stop the supposedly biggest attack on Mumbai.

The trailer is loaded with typical Rohit Shetty kind of action-sequences and stunts involving a lot of automobiles. Films's lead actor Akshay Kumar looks impressive in the action scenes, and it is surely going to be a treat both for his fans and all the action movie lovers. The story, some of the scenes and dialogues; gives the vibes of Akshay Kumar's previous films like 'Baby' and 'Holiday', but also makes it quite intriguing.

'Sooryavanshi' trailer promises a lot a action, entertainment and whistle-worthy dialogues, and the film is going to be loved by the masses when it releases. The film looks to be all-set for a blockbuster opening at the box office, and has all the potential to be actor Akshay Kumar's biggest opener. With the kind of  box-office form Akshay Kumar is currently in, and along with the combination of director Rohit Shetty who has given series of Hits, 'Sooryavanshi' may well be the first true 250 crore film for both.

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