Gripping, thrilling and riveting, Anubhav Sinha’s Anek headlined by Ayushmann Khuranna is all set to take audiences on a mission of a lifetime.
Hard-hitting at its very core, the trailer of the political motion thriller sees Ayushmann step into the sneakers of an undercover cop, a primary in his profession. Shot on a large, large canvas scale, Anek filmed extensively in extraordinary areas within the North East, boasts of not simply riveting content material but additionally gripping motion sequences.
With a gifted ensemble star forged, stellar performances and a layered and mysterious storyline the trailer of the movie leaves an affect on you proper from the beginning and leaves you wanting extra.
In Anek, Ayushmann essays the position of an undercover cop Joshua, who is shipped on a mission to the North East. The job is to neutralise a risk being posed by separatists. Highlight that there are a number of separatist teams functioning within the area, Ayushmann aka Joshua factors out how one group, specifically, was attracting particular consideration. The group is led by a ‘Johnson’. And so, he enlists a lady to infiltrate the group to collect intelligence.
At one cut-off date within the trailer, Ayushmann inadvertently jumps into the continued Hindi language row sparked by a Twitter spat between Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn and South star Kiccha Sudeep.
In a scene from the trailer, Ayushmann is heard asking a person from Telangana why he thinks of him as North Indian? In reply, when the person says it’s most likely as a result of his Hindi is evident, Ayushmann aka Joshua responds, “So Hindi decides who is from the North and the South?” When the person says no, Ayushmann says, “So, it’s not about Hindi, either!”
While the trailer has a lot to speak about, very like Sinha’s earlier movies like Mulk, Article 15 and Thappad we are able to anticipate rather more to unravel on the large display screen particularly when the Article 15 duo are again collectively.
Sharing the trailer on his Instagram deal with, Ayushmann wrote alongside it, “Bhasha Anek, Sanskriti Anek, Vesh Anek.. But Desh Ka Jazba Ke Only Ek – Jeetega Kaun? Hindustan!”
Check out the Anek trailer beneath:
On the event of the trailer launch, Ayushmann Khurrana stated, “Anek celebrates the spirit of truly being an Indian. Anubhav sir is pushing the envelope and setting a benchmark with his passionate storytelling with this film. My character Joshua compelled me to do things I had never done before, both physically and mentally. With the right guidance and training, I gave this role my best shot to bring life to everything Anubhav envisioned for the film.”
Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha stated, “Anek has been my most challenging film so far. It’s based on a topic that’s probably been less spoken of in the county. It re-emphasises the fact that inspite of being different in our cultures, traditions, languages, India can rise above and win as a country. Despite all the challenges that came our way, whether it was shooting in difficult terrain or filming during the pandemic, we powered through. I feel a great sense of pride and triumph that we’ve accomplished everything we set out to with this film.”
Anek is an political motion thriller about an Indian who will rise and make India win. The movie is shot in extraordinary areas within the north east.
Starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Andrea Kevichusa, Anek collectively produced by Bhushan Kumar’s T-Series and Anubhav Sinha’s Benaras Mediaworks, is all set to launch on May 27, 2022.