April 14, 2024

The makers of the highly-anticipated action-thriller ‘Kill’ are all set to unveil the official teaser. Touted to be the ‘bloodiest ride’ coming your way and the ‘most gory Hindi film’ ever made in India, Kill stars Lakshya, Raghav Juyal and Tanya Maniktala in the lead. A while ago, the makers took to social media and announced that the release of the teaser of the Nikhil Nagesh Bhat directorial. It will be out tomorrow.

Karan Johar took to social media and shared a video announcing the teaser release. He captioned it, “Prepare for the bloodiest ride of your life.” Lakshya too shared the video along with the same caption as KJo. Tanya Maniktala shared the promo video and captioned it, “Get ready to witness the bloodiest terror you’ve ever seen!”

Check out the teaser announcement video here:

Sources in the know suggest the teaser will offer viewers a taste of the relentless action, the bone-chilling suspense, and the sheer audacity of Kill. An insider said, “It’s a film that will redefine what it means to be on the edge of your seat.” As per reports, the film is a pulse-pounding thriller set within the claustrophobic confines of a speeding express train. It will see a group of unsuspecting passengers pitted against a band of over 40 ruthless bandits.

About Kill

The film is produced by Dharma Productions’ Karan Johar and Apoorva Mehta and Sikhya Entertainment’s Guneet Monga Kapoor and Achin Jain. It stars Lakshya, Raghav Juyal and Tanya Maniktala in lead roles. An action-thriller – written and directed by Nikhil Nagesh Bhat, the film promises to captivate audiences worldwide with its unyielding brutality. The film will be released during the biggest holiday weekend in the USA – the 4th of July. In India, it will hit screens on July 5, 2024. Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions have acquired the overseas distribution for the film’s day & date release.

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