Get ready for some intense action this weekend as Bullet Raja hits the theatres on Friday, November 29, 2013. This Tigmanshu Dhulia directed movie stars Saif Ali Khan in the title role.
We are going to see Saif in a raw avatar in this film which is set against the backdrop of Uttar Pradesh-based mafia while dealing with the political and industrial powers of the state.
This action packed movie features Sonakshi Sinha as the leading lady. Apart from Saif and Sonakshi, the film also features Jimmy Shergil, Vidyuth Jamwal, Chunkey Pandey, Gulshan Grover, Ravi Kishan and Raj Babbar. Saif Ali Khan is fully loaded with action, guns and bullets in this movie which is produced under the banner of BrandSmith motion pictures.
The trailer and the songs of Bullett Raja have already given us glimpses of the action-packed entertainment that is in store for us this weekend. The film aims at providing us an edge of the seat experience.
Sneak Peak Into The Story:
Saif will be seen playing the role of Raja Mishra who gets transformed into Bullett Raja. He will initially be just a commoner and later become a gangster who fears none. He lives his life on his own set of rules and terms. His character commands respect but at the same time he makes sure he respects women. Although he is a gangster where he finds glory with guns, the movie also has for us some instances of romance between Saif and Sonakshi. This gangster has his lady love to whom he is very loyal.
What To Expect
Bullett Raja marks the entry of a fresh pair in Bollywood as this is the first time lead actors Saif and Sonakshi are paired together. The songs and stills promise a sizzling and fresh chemistry between the two actors. So we think you are going to watch a new romantic love story from this film. All you action movie buffs, do not think twice because Bullett Raja surely promises a lot of action that includes guns, shooting, chasing, blasts etc. It has for you all these elements of action. Do watch out for Saif’s new and raw avatar in Bullett Raja. Don’t forget to come back to our site for the critic’s review of Bullett Raja.