A day after dropping the poster of his upcoming Netflix film, Karan Johar on Tuesday shared the trailer of the thriller Guilty starring Kiara Advani, debutant Akansha Ranjan Kapoor, and Gurfateh Singh Pirzada in the lead. The edge-of-the-seat thriller revolves around a group of students from a high-end college. The trailer begins with Advani giving viewers insight from the lifestyle of the students of the esteemed college. While Advani and Pirzada are portraying the roles of highly privileged, rich spoilt brats, Kapoor essays the role of a student coming from a middle-class background. Also Read - Akansha Ranjan Kapoor is All Excited About Her Guilty Role
Netizens praise Kiara Advani and the trailer looks so promising. One of the users wrote, “You just killed it @advani_kiara looks very beautiful, bold & badass as Nanki on screen. Loved the trailer, totally loved your this new avatar. #Guilty Looking forward to watched it… #KiaraAdvani. Also Read - Akansha Ranjan Kapoor Opens up About Her Role in Guilty, Says ‘Nobody has told me it is a very bold character’
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Advani and Pirzada’s characters are shown to be in a romantic relationship and are also portrayed as popular musicians of the college, while Kapoor remains insignificant. The trailer then takes a sharp turn as Advani describes the one Valentine’s Day night that changed the lives of the lead trio with Kapoor’s character alleging Pirzada’s character of raping her.
Advani is seen counter-accusing Kapoor of raping Pirzada and seeking revenge from Advani. The trailer is then woven with allegations, blame games and a tussle between the trio to prove who amongst the three are guilty. The gripping trailer also features small screen actor Taher Shabbir as the cop who is investigating the in the high-profile case.
The film is being produced by Karan Johar’s digital wing Dharmatic entertainment and directed by Ruchi Narain will be released on the online video streaming platform Netflix on March 6.