Ajeeb Daastaans Teaser Out; Abhishek Bachchan Looks Promising In The Big Bull Trailer

Friday started on a good note for all the cinema lovers with Ajeeb Daastaans teaser and The Big Bull trailer. It is already known that the year 2021 will have some great content releasing. Netflix India announced more than 40 original projects for this year. We also have other digital platforms like Amazon Prime, Disney+ Hotstar, Apple TV+, Zee5 and several others.

Making an anthology has become a trend in Bollywood for the past few years. We had Bombay Talkies, Lust Stories, Ghost Stories and now it is Ajeeb Daastaans. Directors like Shashank Khaitan, Kayoze Irani, Neeraj Ghaywan, and Raj Mehta have come together to weave intriguing tales.

Ajeeb Daastaans teaser gives us a glimpse of the stories in every strangers’ life that will leave a lasting impact on people. The anthology film is produced by Karan Johar’ Dharma Productions. The film stars Fatima Sana Shaikh, Jaideep Ahlawat, Armaan Ralhan, Nushrratt Bharruccha, Abhishek Banerjee, Sumit Saxena, Shefali Shah, Konkona Sen Sharma and Aditi Rao Hydari.

In its YouTube description, Netflix India mentions, “Ajeeb Daastaans is an anthology of four strangely contrasting stories which delve into fractured relationships and unexplored spaces. The stories set in varied milieus, explore jealousy, entitlement, prejudices and toxicity, which are often entangled within the heart of their relationships. Each story also takes you on a journey where one would struggle with the moral dilemma of what’s right and what’s wrong, as the lines between them get blurred.”

Watch the Ajeeb Daastaans teaser below:

Coming to The Big Bull trailer, Abhishek Bachchan will play the role of a stockbroker in this thriller. What is said to be the story of the mother of all the scams will show AB in his best form. Directed by Kookie Gulati, the film is said to be inspired by the life of one of India’s biggest scammers, Harshad Mehta.

It would be interesting to see how this movie pans out considering we have also seen Scam 1992 last year which received rave reviews. The web show is based on Mehta and stars Pratik Gandhi as the scandalous stockbroker. In the comments, fans are saying that they loved the series but they will still watch the movie as Bachchan looks quite promising.

The 3 minutes trailer gives us a gist of Abhishek’s character’s simple life, the challenges and his triumph as a stockbroker. The Big Bull also stars Ileana D’Cruz, Nikita Dutta, Soham Shah, Ram Kapoor, Supriya Pathak, Saurabh Shukla and Mahesh Manjrekar. Actor Ajay Devgn has produced this film along with Kumar Mangat Pathak and Vikrant Sharma.

Check out The Big Bull Trailer below:

Ajeeb Daastaans will release on Netflix on April 16, 2021. On the other hand, The Big Bull will release on Disney+Hotstar on April 8, 2021.

Did you like the teaser of Ajeeb Daastaans and the trailer of The Big Bull? Which movie are you looking forward to catching up with? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Pooja Darade
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