Dasvi Trailer: Abhishek Bachchan is an ‘aathvi pass’ politician triggered by Yami Gautam’s IPS officer to complete class 10

Abhishek Bachchan doesn't have to be 'expected or borderline sorry' about the 10th trailer. In the short clip, the film touches your heart with Bachchan and its flawless humorous timing is at the heart of the drama that a corrupt politician is learning a new lesson in life. Yami Gautam and Nimrat Kaur are also in important roles in Dasvi.


Dasvi Trailer Abhishek Bachchan is an ‘aathvi pass’ politician triggered by Yami Gautam’s IPS officer to complete class 10 (2)

Abhishek Bachchan doesn’t have to be ‘expected or borderline sorry’ about the 10th trailer. In the short clip, the film touches your heart with Bachchan and its flawless humorous timing is at the heart of the drama that a corrupt politician is learning a new lesson in life. Yami Gautam and Nimrat Kaur are also in important roles in Dasvi.

Dasvi’s trailer begins with Abhishek Bachchan’s Ganga Ram Chaudhary, an ‘aathvi Pass’ politician who has been put behind bars after being involved in a scam. Nimrat Kaur has played the role of Chaudhary’s wife Bimla Devi who has now taken over as Chief Minister while still in jail, and Yami Gautam by the rules is IPS officer Jyoti Deswal who gives Chaudhary a hard time in jail.

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The story of the film, according to the trailer, revolves around the political life of Chaudhary and his wife Bimla, their time in prison and the circumstances that prompted them to complete their tenth grade education. The trailer also shows his struggle to return to prison for books, math and language classes so that he can pass important exams.

What works in the trailer is Abhishek Bachchan‘s incredible comic timing and his encounter with Yami. Nimrat, not satisfied with just being a wife, now wants to rule the state. All three actors have their own Jatt accent point.

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Abhishek Bachchan showed a preview of the trailer to the press on Tuesday where he described his role as challenging. He also spoke openly about how he conducted workshops with the film’s director, Tushar Jalota, to ensure that each character looks as authentic as possible.

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What doesn’t work is the signature music composition that sounds the same in all Maddock movies, the song at the end of the trailer, no matter how cute, sounds exactly like Irrfan Khan’s Hindi Medium and Angrezi Medium songs.

The tenth edition, directed by debutante director Tushar Jalota, in collaboration with Dinesh Vijan’s Maddock Films and Geo Studios, will start airing on Netflix and Geo Cinema from April 7.


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