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The trailer of Karan Johar’s upcoming film Ungli is finally out. Unlike Karan Johar‘s romantic genre movies, this film belongs to an all new concept. The movie is about five friends, fed up of the rising corruption in the country; decide to take justice in their own hands. The trailer shows some of the day to day scenes where auto drivers usually deny people to drive to nearest locations and many more such instances. Also Read - Thalaivi Teaser Out: Kangana Ranaut, Arvind Swami as Jayalalithaa And MGR Bring Magic On Screen
The Ungli Gang is here to teach lesson to such arrogant and nasty citizens of the country, who refuse to let go off their corrupted behavior. Feeding (forcefully) currency notes to traffic police (especially ones who are hungry for bribes), forcefully gagging auto drivers and locking them in cargo trains that go out stations and so on. Also Read - KGF 2: How Yash Promoted Toxic Masculinity in KGF 1 And What Sanjay Dutt's Film Should Not Repeat
The gang of young and bright adolescents is determined to bring out change in the country for sure. To bring this tensile situation under control, The Police Department hands over the case to inspector Kali (played by Sanjay Dutt). Will Kali bring the rebellious behavior of the Ungli Gang under control or offer a supporting hand to achieve success in their mission? These questions can be answered only once the movie is released. Till then enjoy the trailer!
Directed by Rensil D’Silva, Ungli casts Emraan Hashmi, Randeep Hooda, Kangana Ranaut, Sanjay Dutt, Angad Bedi and Neil Bhoopalam in prominent roles. Expected to hit the big screens by end of November this year, the character driven film is all about the rebellious youth trying to bring out change themselves. Joining the league of corruption related inspiring movies, such as A Wednesday, Rang De Basanti and Nayak; Ungli is all set to remind the Indian youth their power and right to fight against the rising corruption in India.