Boss being one of the most awaited films of the year released its official theatrical trailer today, August 27. This Akshay Kumar movie has already been trending on the internet and it looks like this superstar may take over Bollywood as he becomes the Boss in the upcoming movie.
The trailer features Akshay in an all new avatar and he is full of action, comedy and style. The trailer promises us a entertainment in full form. This package is brought to the audience by Viacom 18, Cape Of Good Films and Ashwin Varde Productions.
This Anthony D'Souza directed movie will hit the theatres on October 26 this year. The film's crew has a little more than a month and a half days for the pre-release promotional activities. The movie released on this particular day for a reason. Akshay Kumar's fascination for his lucky number 9 has been used to launch the trailer. It is the 27 th today, so the two digits add up to 9.
Have a look at the slide show for images, details and the trailer of Boss.
High On Action
Akshay Kumar is seen in some intense action scenes in the trailer of Boss. This image gives you a glimpse of the actor with his teeth clenched and open shirt during a fight scene.
Even before the movie's release, audiences are in splits watching Akshay Kumar's comedy in the trailer of Boss. He is seen telling dialogues such as 'Beech me na bol' and slaps people if they interrupt in between a conversation.
Akshay, The Boss
In one of the scenes in the trailer, Akshay says 'The Boss is always right'. He wants things his way in this movie.
The Boss Ring
Throughout the entire trailer, Akshay sports these rings with the name BOSS. This trademark is also used for the movie's posters.
Akshay Kumar's style in the movie is that of a local gangster. He has his hair combed back with gel.
In the movie, Akshay plays the role of a kind a gangster known as Boss. He is all set impress his fans once again with his dialogue delivery.
Boss is a remake of a Malayalam movie called Pokkiri Raja which stars Mammootty. It looks like South Indian film remakes are working well in the B-Town.