A Gentleman: Sidharth- Jacqueline's Sizzling Chemistry Stands Out in an Otherwise Average Trailer
Good action, average thrill, A Gentleman is going to be highly dependent on Sidharth-Jacqueline's chemistry.
Trailer of Sidharth Malhotra and Jacqueline Fernandez's A Gentleman is finally here! The film is an action-comedy revolving around the mistaken identity of Gaurav and Rishi played by Sidharth Malhotra. Jacqueline is raising the hotness quotient like always with every frame as she essays the role of Kavya.
The 'Sundar and Susheel' Gaurav and 'Risky' Rishi are leaving us both puzzled and amused. Though the film revolves around mistaken identity, the trailer, leaves you guessing as it is difficult to decipher if it's a double role or not. However, not as gripping as it should be, the trailer looks more like a comedy than a thriller.
Suniel Shetty essays the role of what looks like an antagonist in the film.
Directed by Raj and D.K., the film has been shot on the backdrop of the mesmerising locations of Miami.
The trailer gives us glimpses of two of the songs from the film, a romantic and upbeat number Baat ban jaaye and the quirky rap Bandook meri Laila. They are sure to be stuck in your head owing to its groovy music.
The sizzling chemistry between Sidharth and Jacqueline is definitely a high point of the trailer, It is quite palpable. The power packed action sequences gets you hooked as both Sidharth and Jacqueline are seen performing some brilliant stunts.
While the posters have already built huge anticipation amongst the audience, the trailer is leaving no stone unturned to churn the excitement even more.Produced by Fox Star Studios, 'A Gentleman' is all set to release on August 25.
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