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Haathi Mere Saathi: Pulkit Samrat Shares Trailer on World Wildlife Day

credit - Pulkit Samrat Instagram

credit - Pulkit Samrat Instagram

As promised, makers of Haathi Mere Saathi unveiled the highly-anticipated trailer on the occasion of World Wildlife Day.

As promised, makers of Haathi Mere Saathi unveiled the highly-anticipated trailer on the occasion of World Wildlife Day. Pulkit Samrat, who is a part of the project, took to his social media page to share the theatrical trailer. Introducing it as this year’s first trilingual film, the actor said that the story is a thrilling battle between man’s greed and the epic forces of nature. Pulkit also added the hashtag Save The Elephants.

The trailer of the trilingual film was unveiled over a virtual press conference in the presence of Rana Daggubati, Prabu Solomon, Vishnu Vishal, Shriya Pilgaonkar and Zoya Hussain. The preview of the Solomon directorial traces an intriguing narrative.

Earlier, Pulkit shared a lengthy note urging fans to realise the importance of wildlife and nature and our impact on it as humans.

The film is led by Daggubati, who plays a mahout in the elephant corridors of India. It is learned by the trailer that the plot revolves around a corporation is interested in building a refinery plant in the forest area by getting rid of the natural route for the elephants. Daggubatti’s character takes up on himself to save the elephants as several other locals join him. It depicts a man-animal harmony tale and is inspired by multiple events. Rana’s character, who has spent most of his life in the jungle, is dedicated to protecting the ecosystem.

The film is helmed by National Award-winning director, Solomon and bankrolled by Eros Motion Pictures. The Tamil and Telugu language versions of the film are titled Kaadan and Aranya, respectively. In addition to Daggubatti, the film stars Vishnu, Pulkit, Shriyaand Zoyato play significant parts. It was initially slated for release in April last year, but got delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, it is scheduled to premiere in theatres on March 26.