The makers of Daas Dev have released the trailer of the film today. The film stars Rahul Bhatt as Dev, Richa Chadha as Paro & Aditi Rao Hydari as Chandni.


The film also features power packed performances from Vineet Singh, Vipin Sharma, Deep Raj Rana and Dalip Tahil, Anurag Kashyap will be seen in a guest appearance and Saurabh Shukla in a pivotal role.

The trailer showcases the love-hate relationship between the characters. It is all about politics, love and lust. Sudhir Mishra has given an unusual twist to traditional Devdas story.

Daas Dev Trailer: A Lusty & Political Twist To Devdas' Traditional Story
Daas Dev Trailer: A Lusty & Political Twist To Devdas’ Traditional Story

Though the film is the reverse journey of classic romantic drama Devdas, the director Sudhir Mishra known for his unconventional way of filmmaking, he released trailer on the most romantic day of the year. The film follows a path contrary to the plot of the classic novel Devdas. But is a fiercely political film that talks about the protagonist’s addiction.


The movie’s premise is novel in a way that it is a reverse story of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s Devdas dipped in Shakespearean influences. If Devdas was a journey from a noble person to a Das, this is a journey from a Das, a person who is a slave to his addictions and to the dynastic ambitions of his family to Dev. Set against the backdrop of Uttar Pradesh, Daas Dev is a film about power, love and addiction.

Sudhir Mishra said, “Like I said earlier, we are in the times of bullshit and that’s where love stands today. Trailers of films are the first impressions for the audiences to judge whether they want to watch the film or not. In Daas Dev’s trailer, my endeavour was to make it very clear that if anyone is looking to come for some mush or with due respect to Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s masterpiece Devdas, then this film is not for you my friend,” added Sudhir.

Daas Dev is all set to release on March 23, 2018.




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