‘Spellbinding’, ‘fabulous’ and ‘a rage’ are only some of the adjectives tradewallahs are using to describe the trailer of Viacom18’s Son Of Sardaar, which released in cinemas along with Hollywood film, The Dark Knight Rises, today. The trailer of the film, which stars Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Juhi Chawla and Sonakshi Sinha, has not only impressed tradewallahs but has also the audience, and has made the movie a strong contender for the Rs 100-crore club in its first week of release.
Rajesh Thadani of Multimedia Combines in Mumbai says, “The Son Of Sardaar trailer is simply spell-binding. It builds each character beautifully. The film not only has mass appeal but also the perfect blend of action and comedy and will surely break box-office records.”
In Delhi-UP, Sanjay Ghai of Mukta Arts adds, “The Son Of Sardaar trailer hs created a strong buzz around the movie from the morning shows itself. I think Sonakshi Sinha is a lucky mascot for the Hindi film industry. Whatever she touches turns to gold while Ajay Devgn will have another spot in the 100-crore club.”
Jaspal Dhingra of Nanaksar Enterprises in East Punjab adds, “The trailer looks fabulous and the response is overwhelming in our circuit. The audience is responding to the trailer with whistles and applause. Imagine what will happen when film releases. The best thing about the film is Ajay Devgn. He suits the look of a Sardaar and the voiceover about the Punjabis is very touching. In Punjab, Son of Sardaar will be a superhit and the film will have a very good overseas market as well.”
In West Bengal, Debashish Dey of Aum Moviez reveals, “The Son of Sardaar trailer has created a rage among the audience. Everyone shouted “once more” in many centers. I think it will be one of the most entertaining films of the year.”
In Orissa too, movie-goers are raving about the trailer. Jeetu Khandelwal of Movie Pioneers concludes, “The trailer is superb. The film looks like another blockbuster for Ajay Devgn and it seems Sonakshi Sinha will make a hat-trick in the 100-crore club.”