Treating fans anticipation ahead of the trailer launch, Sooryavanshi star Akshay Kumar shared a motion poster that looked all things intriguing and action-packed. Setting the tone for Rohit Shetty’s upcoming directorial, Akshay broke the Internet as the motion poster collected over 1.1 million views while still going strong. Also Read - Muskurayega India: Akshay Kumar Unites Bollywood Celebs For a Motivational Song, Asks People to Have Faith And Hope

Taking to his Instagram handle, Akshay shared the poster featuring him aiming his gun out of the frame, dressed in his cop avatar. With police helicopters flying in the backdrop, a city is seen going up in smoke. Akshay captioned the poster, “Are you ready for the action-packed Super Cop saga to unfold? #SooryavanshiTrailer out tomorrow! (sic).” Also Read - #9Baje9Minute: From Kartik Aaryan to Alia Bhatt, Bollywood Celebs Share Selfie With Diya



Director Rohit Shetty and his team have planned to release the trailer of Sooryavanshi on March 2 at an event in Mumbai. Interestingly, along with Akshay, who plays the titular character in the lead, Ajay Devgn as Singham and Ranveer Singh as Simmba, who are making a special appearance in the film, will also be joining the team at the grand trailer launch.



Akshay essays the role of Veer Sooryavanshi, a character introduced as an anti-terrorist squad officer in the 2018 Simmba, starring Ranveer Singh. The movie, which was scheduled to hit the screens on March 27, 2020 will now release on March 24 and also stars Katrina Kaif, Jackie Shroff, Gulshan Grover and Sikander Kher in pivotal roles.

Earlier, Rohit had created a stir online when he welcomed Hollywood stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence as “videsi police” for the upcoming film Bad Boys For Life. Sharing a video on his Instagram account, Rohit introduced the Hollywood flick which even had glimpses of Sooryavanshi. The video featured a teaser of Sooryavanshi where Akshay as Veer Sooryavanshi, Ranveer as Sangram Bhalerao and Ajay as Bajirao Singham were seen as “desi cops”.