The Great Indian Family Trailer: Vicky Kaushal, Manushi Chhillar Film Tackles The Great Hindu-Muslim Religion Debate!

We're ready for this emotional turmoil!

Yash Raj Films recently introduced their new singing talent, Bhajan Kumar aka Vicky Kaushal from The Great Indian Family. We’re all gearing up to watch Vicky Kaushal, Manushi Chhillar, Manoj Pahwa and Kumud Mishra starrer family comedy-drama film which is all set to hit the big screens near us on September 22. The film also stars Yashpal Sharma, Sadiya Siddiqui, Alka Amin, Srishti Dixit, Bhuvan Arora, Aasif Khan, Ashutosh Ujjwal, and Bharti Perwani. Directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya and produced by Aditya Chopra, the trailer of the film has finally dropped.


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The trailer of The Great Indian Family opens with Vicky Kaushal introducing himself as Bhajan Kumar aka Ved Vyas Tripathi and his family of Hindu pandits in the city of Balrampur. The story begins with Bhajan Kumar’s struggle to find love thanks to his family background and profession of singing bhajans until he meets Manushi Chhillar’s character. He seems to be on a journey to woo his new love interest only for his life to take a shocking turn when his family receives a letter from someone claiming that Bhajan Kumar is actually Muslim by birth. Everything gets complicated with this new revelation that leads to chaos, confusion and emotional turmoil.

Take a look at this trailer of The Great Indian Family.

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Considering the film will be addressing the Hindu-Muslim religious divide, we wonder if the makers will be able to do justice to the main theme and handle it with care. Having said that, we absolutely love Vicky Kaushal as a stereotypical middle-class boy and a bhajan singer. His acting in the trailer has our attention and we’re ready to watch this film next week. Are you?

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