Vidya Balan is all set to impress the audiences with her role as an RJ for the second time in a row, after Rajkumar Hirani’s Lage Raho Munnabhai. Her upcoming film Tumhari Sulu is perhaps one of the most anticipated films of the year,with her last film, Begum Jaan not doing so well at the Box Office. From the first poster till the latest one, unveiled yesterday, it seems as if the actress intends to spread two important messages with this film, albeit in a quirky manner, that a housewife is every bit of a superhero and that it is never too late to realise one’s dream.Also Read - Neha Dhupia on Having a Postpartum Body: There Was Someone in me, I am Left Like a Bag
If the posters and the teaser were not enough, we now get the trailer and to say that our curiosity levels have piqued manifolds would be an understatement. Vidya, aka, Sulu, is a homemaker by the day and an RJ by the night, who with her sexy voice and childlike enthusiasm, garners quite a fan following whilst making the audiences laugh with her playful antics and epic dialogues. Her transformation from the innocent, simple, saree clad housewife to a fun and feisty and ambitious radio jockey is the highlight of the film. From the trailer, it seems her late night show is quite a rage. But it’s her practice sessions during the day that are humorous. Check out the trailer below: (ALSO READ: Apart from Ranveer Singh – Deepika Padukone’s Padmavati, Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai, 5 Films That Deserve Your Attention) Also Read - Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi Blessed With a Baby Boy
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Now, after watching the trailer, aren’t you excited for the film to hit screens? With a simple dream of buying a pressure cooker to actually becoming an RJ, Vidya’s journey in the film is nothing short of exceptional. The actress has reportedly also learnt hip-hop dance for a few scenes in the movie and her moves in the reprised version of Sridevi’s famous song, Hawa Hawai, cannot be missed. Helmed by ad filmmaker Suresh Triveni, produced by Atul Kasbekar and T Series, Tumhari Sulu will also star Manav Kaul, Neha Dhupia and RJ Malishka in supporting roles. The film that was to earlier release on December 1, will now be hitting the theatres earlier, on November 17, to avert the clash with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati.