• June 2, 2020
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior’ Movie

Ajay Devgn has launched the trailer of the ambitious movie’Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior’, and we have to say, it didn’t disappoint. Co-starring Saif Ali Khan and Kajol in lead characters, the trailer of the upcoming period play guarantees epic struggles scenes, fantastic performances, stunning visuals all in 3D.

‘Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior’ trailer gets us excited through its numerous posters and teasers. The movie is based on the life span of courageous warrior Tanaji Malusare, that was the military leader of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s military and is famously known for his courageous part in the Battle of Sinhagad at 1670. Together with Ajay playing the titular role, expectations are full of this ancient play. Ajay and staff will start the trailer now and here is why we’re eager for your own action packed play.

The manufacturers found the trailer of Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior at Mumbai today. The movie is directed at Om Raut.

While Ajay since the protagonist Tanaji Malusare shines through because the courageous and heroic Maratha Subedar, it had been Saif Ali Khan’s menacing portrayal of Uday Bhan, that stole the show, based on enthusiasts on social networking.

The action-packed trailer reveals Saif and Ajay preparing for the conflict. Kajol, who’s seen in the function of Tanhaji’s spouse Savitribai Malusare, has a critical role to play in the movie. She supports her husband and through because he proceeds to fight against Udaybhan.

Many took on Twitter to commend Saif’s performance as the villainous Rajput official functioning for Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. Some felt that Ajay has met his match at Saif, together with that he’s reuniting with on the big screen after nearly 12 decades.

Ajay shared with the trailer of this movie stating,”4th Feb 1670: The surgical attack that shook the Mughal Empire!


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