Darbar Trailer Review: Kollywood Superstar Rajinikanth aka Thalaivar is all set to rule theatres and box office after a gap of one year. The actor who was last seen in Petta is all geared to grace big screens with the much-awaited, Darbar. The film also stars Nayanthara and Suniel Shetty.
The music, posters and motion poster of the film have already garnered phenomenal responses and have generated high buzz for the film all across.
The trailer of Darbar which was launched yesterday by the Superstar himself in Mumbai promises the film to be a mass entertainer.
The 1-minute 45-second video is no less than a roller coaster ride. It’s perfect a mixture of action, comedy, and drama. The actor nails his character in mass avatar right from the start till the very end of the trailer.
Rajinikanth’s entry in action scenes is terrific. Donning the Khaki look, there are bullets flying to his right and left, followed by him slashing the bad guys with a sword and the foot-tapping BGM and his trademark crossed leg sitting style on the chair is totally kickass.
The actor introducing his character as Commissioner Of Mumbai Police Aaditya Arunachalam and explaining the importance of the job as a cop explains how serious and dedicated he is about his profession.
It’s not as if the actor is in complete serious and intense avatar in the entire trailer. One also gets to see a few glimpses of his romantic image, shaking his leg in style and flaunting his charm in front of his lady love, Nayanthara.
One doesn’t get to see much of Nayanthara in the trailer. But from the glimpses which we get to see in the video, it does seem that the ‘Lady Superstar’ is not just in for a cameo role but has a strong role in the film.
Talking about the film’s antagonist Suniel Shetty, the actor in his serious avatar can be seen as a dangerous threat to Rajinikanth and Mumbai police force. But that’s not going to stop Thalaivar from doing his duties, as the superstar is seen having a faceoff with Suniel.
The ‘I’m a Bad cop’ dialogue at the end of the trailer and the way he exits in style with his trademark laugh is whistle and applaud worthy as he pulls it off in style which very few can match.
Overall, the Rajinikanth starrer is all set to make the festive occasions of Pongal and Makar Sankranthi graceful.
Darbar is been helmed by A R Murugadoss and is produced under Lyca production.
The film will release on 9th January 2020.