After teasing fans with Kalank’s character posters, the makers have finally released the teaser of the film. As expected, the teaser seems to have impressed the audience and netizens is calling the film ‘masterpiece’ already. The film is set in 1945, in Pre-Independence era and it narrates a tale of eternal love. The powerful dialogues, backdrop and intense tone of the lead actors have already won many hearts. Featuring Alia Bhatt as the royal Roop and Varun Dhawan as the handsome blacksmith Zafar, teaser hints at a love story marred by both the religious and class differences.

Twitter users are applauding the teaser and also few seconds of song teaser titled ‘Kalank nahi , Ishq hai , kajal piya’ crooned by Arijit Singh.

One user wrote, “This movie is gonna be hit superhit blockbaster❤ all the best @aliaa08 n all the team” while the other tweeted, “That Last line by Arijit Singh ‘Kalank nahi , Ishq hai , kajal piya’ is so Beautiful to listen that you know it’s another Masterpiece by the king of Voice Arijit Singh #KalankTeaser looks really interesting and different from what we have seen in past.#Kalank #KalankTeaserToday.”

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Kalank features Varun Dhawan as Zafar, a blacksmith while Alia Bhatt plays the role of a royal woman named Roop. The other actors in the film are Sanjay Dutt as Balraj Chaudhary, Madhuri Dixit as Bahaar Begum, Aditya Roy Kapur as Dev Chaudhary and Sonakshi Sinha as Satya Chaudhary.

The film, set in the India-Pakistan partition era, is directed by Abhishek Varman and the teaser showcases an appealing film in all its scenes. It has been produced by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions.

The film which was earlier supposed to release on April 19 will reportedly release on April 17. The shift in the release date is a business decision taken by producer Karan Johar considering anticipated Hollywood film Avengers: End Game is hitting the screens in India on April 26. Kalank will have a nine-day free run at the Box Office before the big superhero film takes over the screens.