Ranbir Kapoor’s film Shamshera aims to be Baahubali, but it might just as easily be Hindostan

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Thugs The Shamshera trailer, which stars Ranbir Kapoor, makes it clear that Rajamouli has had an influence on this generation of directors. A “lootera” who is completing his father’s quest is introduced to the public in the trailer. In the movie, Ranbir plays both the father and the son.

Sanjay Dutt portrays the villain Shuddh Singh, who is hired by the British to track down the thief terrorising the nearby peasants. It seems that Vaani Kapoor and Ranbir’s character are in love in this scene. Sanjay Dutt most recently appeared in Samrat Prithviraj, starring Akshay Kumar. In Yash’s KGF: Chapter 2, he also performed as the antagonist Adheera. Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui was Vaani’s previous appearance.

While Rajamouli’s influence is more than evident in Shamshera, it is impossible to avoid thinking of Thugs of Hindostan, which was one of YRF’s biggest box office flops and starred Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Amitabh Bachchan.

Shamshera takes place in 1871, and the settings and size all appear to be extremely amazing. The fact that the film is being released in IMAX suggests that the creators have taken care to ensure that the audience has an enjoyable experience.

Ranbir Kapoor’s return to the big screen after Sanju in 2018 is marked with Shamshera. The actor hasn’t acted in a movie since the final Rajkumar Hirani production; in September, he’ll be in Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra. He also owns Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Animal and the Luv Ranjan movie in his collection in addition to Shamshera and Brahmastra.

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Karan Malhotra, who has also helmed Brothers and Agneepath, is the director of Shamshera. On July 22, the movie will be available in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. The Covid-19 epidemic caused numerous delays for the movie. Its release date was originally scheduled for December 2019, however it was moved back to March 2022 and then again.