The much-anticipated trailer of Vicky Kaushal‘s upcoming film, “The Great Indian Family,” has finally hit the screens, and it’s brimming with heartwarming moments and humour. This family drama, written and directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya, was unveiled by the renowned production company Yash Raj Films. Film enthusiasts can mark their calendars for its release on September 22. Alongside Kaushal, the film also features the talented Manushi Chillar in a lead role.
The narrative unfolds in the quaint town of Balarampur, introducing Vicky Kaushal’s character, Bhajan Kumar, who intriguingly identifies himself as Ved Vyas Tripathi while crooning ‘Kanhaiya Twitter Pe Aja.’ He offers a glimpse into his family, deeply rooted in the pandit community and entrenched in Balarampur for generations. Yet, he playfully laments his solitary woe – an inability to find a romantic connection, as girls instead seek his blessings by touching his feet.
The plot takes a twist when Manushi Chillar’s character enters Balarampur. Vicky, in a bid to impress her, initiates a series of antics. Just when everything seems to be sailing smoothly, Bhajan Kumar intervenes, asserting that even God’s sense of humour can be unexpectedly unpredictable.
Eager fans promptly lauded the trailer, with one expressing, “Vicky’s screen presence is mesmerizing. He effortlessly draws you into the story.” Another enthused, “I can’t get over how splendid Vicky looks in this role. A complete heartthrob!” A fan added, “Vicky’s smile is infectious, warming up the entire trailer.”
“The Great Indian Family” boasts a stellar ensemble cast, including Manoj Pahwa, Kumud Mishra, Yashpal Sharma, Alka Amin, Shrishti Dixit, Bhuvan Arora, and Bharti Perwani. A few weeks ago, the film’s first song, “Kanhaiya Twitter Pe Aaja,” was released, featuring Vicky Kaushal’s lively on-stage performance, much to the audience’s delight.
This film marks Vicky Kaushal’s second release this year, following his appearance in ‘Zara Hatke Zara Bachke,’ where he shared the screen with Sara Ali Khan. With “The Great Indian Family” promising a delightful blend of family-centric drama, humour, and romance, audiences can anticipate another memorable cinematic experience from this versatile actor.