After giving us the first glimpse of the movie trailer, the makers of Chhichhore are back with yet another funny and quirky trailer. The second trailer is called the Dosti Special trailer.
The trailer rightly sums up the 'Dosti Special' title, as the director Nitesh Tiwari has given us a wide image to his Engineering College days by showing the interesting and fun-filled banters between the actors, who are a group of college friends having the fun of their life, making it most relatable for all the youth out there.
Then, there is an interesting twist in the trailer where we get to see the middle age lifespans of Varun Sharma and Sushant Singh Rajput wherein Varun Sharma's character has still not changed after his hair have greyed and is yet the happy go lucky guy. Whereas Sushant Singh Rajput is a calm and composed guy. This contrasts between the character's personalities makes us curious to know more about them.
Since yesterday the fans have been intrigued to see the Chhichhore Dosti Special trailer after seeing the banters between the actors and the makers of the film on Twitter. After which, the fans were already pumped up to see the trailer. After seeing the trailer, the fans have totally loved it and got the right kind of nostalgia taking back to their College days.
The film stars Sushant Singh Rajput and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead roles and centres around the two lives within a life span that a group of friends go through- the college life and the mid-life. The poster has already hit the right chord with the audience as it promises to take you down the memory lane and experience friendships once again!
Chhichhore marks the coming together of Sajid Nadiadwala and Fox Star Studios after they delivered the hits Judwaa 2 and Baaghi 2, together. Chhichhore is being helmed by Nitesh Tiwari, the director of the blockbuster Dangal which was a blockbuster all across. After the tremendous success of Hrithik starrer Super 30 which has already crossed the mark of 130 crores at the box office, Chhichhore is Sajid Nadiadwala's next.