The upcoming Hindi language spy thriller film “Bell Bottom” official trailer is released on Tuesday, 3 Aug 2021. Bell bottom trailer is close to 3 minutes and 20 seconds long, the trailer has done well is that they have showcased the premise at hand and then categorically fleshed out the mission at hand through a montage backed by an engaging background score. The reading about the period between 1971 and 1984 in india you realize that the country was under constant social unrest there was a lot of problems that we were dealing with as a country it blew my mind when i revisited the several hijacking cases that have taken place with respect to Indian airlines since 1971. from the two cases in the 1970s conducted by the Jammu Kashmir liberation front to future Indian congress MLA is conducting a hijack off a domestic flight demanding the release of Indra Gandhi and for cases to be dropped against Sanjay Gandhi there was absolute social anarchy during this period.
The chapter that bell bottom opens is specifically the hijacking attempt by the extremist group that seemed for Khalistan in August of 1984. The domestic flight from Chandigarh to Srinagar was taken to Lahore and eventually to Dubai with 100 passengers on board. The mission to get the civilians out safe and the negotiations that took place in Dubai. The careful planning between India and the defence minister of UAE to capture the hijackers who demanded to be taken to the USA and bring them back to Indian soil is all that. Bell bottom will focus on an agent espionage thriller more than simply a nationalistic full of des bhakti pick out a chapter of our Indian history and just make us emotional by integrating national pride kind of movie.
One thing Akshay Kumar is definitely in his comfort zone this is truly a tried and tested method that most of the time simply works for akshay kumar has noticed immense success with films like baby and airlift. The premise to put him in foreign soil to rescue civilians for the country is literally reminiscent of airlift so the criticism of a sense of similarity existing from what audiences have already seen from akshay kumar’s filmography is justified do you also feel bell bottom isn’t too far off from the characters akshay kumar has already made popular.
What is it about our special effects and VFX department that our scenes especially the ones that are of humongous scale still look cartoonish i understand that the film has been shot during lockdown and that has its own restrictions but it’s still sad to see that films which are being advertised as the big releases still have so many jarring visuals that takes away from the otherwise engaging and realistic visuals looking at some of the shots of the plane and the dust storm just reminded me of the lack of strides we have taken in the technical department and probably for the sake of everyone’s eyes we should hire red chillies entertainment for every film because honestly they are killing it also aren’t you guys tired of the trope of some of these star-led action films or thrillers where a mission is about to happen and when characters are formulating their plan one person has to without fail go.
Vani Kapoor will be the understanding spouse who will have little to no consequence to the mission at hand and will just come in and out as she pleases it’s good to see actors like Lara Dutta, Adil Hussain and Huma Qureshi are considerably dependable actors is it. Larra Dutta Transformation of being Indira Gandhi was look amazing and stunning to this chracter. The beat the moment the background score of the film kicked in the trailer the score is composed by Tanishk Bagchi is genuinely catchy and fits perfectly well for a genre like an espionage thriller. The Spy Thriller film Bell Bottom will be premiered on August 19, 2021 in theatres.
The star cast of Bell Bottom movie will be Akshay Kumar, Vaani Kapoor, Huma Qureshi, Lara Dutta, Denzil Smith, Aniruddh Dave, Adil Hussain, Thalaivasal Vijay, Divyam Agarwal, Deep Joshi, Kavi Raz, Ajay Chhabra, Qais Khan, Sammy Jonas Heaney, Diljohn Singh, Kal Sabir, Husam Chadat, Adi Chugh, Neelam Bakshi and Anjali Anand.