Shamshera Teaser Out: Ranbir Kapoor, Vaani Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt ready to show dacoit drama; To hit theatres on 22 July

Ranbir Kapoor's much awaited theater is approaching. While it was supposed to be in March with the release of Shamshera, the makers announced a new release date on Friday. Starring Ranbir, Vaani Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt, Yash Raj Films released a brand new teaser of Shamshera with these three.


Shamshera Teaser Out Ranbir Kapoor, Vaani Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt ready to show dacoit drama; To hit theatres on 22 July (2)

Ranbir Kapoor‘s much awaited theater is approaching. While it was supposed to be in March with the release of Shamshera, the makers announced a new release date on Friday. Starring Ranbir, Vaani Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt, Yash Raj Films released a brand new teaser of Shamshera with these three.

In Shamshera’s teaser, we decode the lead cast to see who Shamshera is and why freedom plays such an important role. In the black and white teaser we see the actors talking about the story of Shamshera and its rise. Ranbir Kapoor says, “Karam se Dacait.. Dharam Se Azad,” when he introduces Shamshera.

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Along with the teaser, YRF also announced the release date of the film and revealed that it will hit theaters on July 22. Initially, the film was slated for release in March, but due to fears of Omicron, Shamshera will now be released in July. Sharing the teaser, YRF tweeted, “A legend will rise on 22nd July. Celebrate #Shamshera with #YRF50 only at a big screen near you. Releasing in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.”

Take a look at the Shamshera Teaser

Earlier, rumors were circulating that Shamshera would go to OTT. However, the film is now ready for release in theaters. Directed by Karan Malhotra, Shamshera is bankrolled by Yash Raj Films. It is a period drama film made in the pre-independence period of 1800s. It is the story of a bandit tribe fighting for their rights and freedom against the British. The film is believed to be an Indian adaptation of Howard Pyle’s “Merry Adventures of Robin Hood”.


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