The trailer for ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’ has been unveiled. With just a few days left for the release of the film, Sunny Deol finally launched the trailer of his upcoming directorial: Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas. Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas will give a launch platform to both son Karan Deol and debutante: Sahher Bambba. It is a typical story and its trailer also shows the same.
The flick begins with Sahher taking a trip in the North and Karan becomes her guide who helps her in trekking, rope climbing, taking a dip in the cold water and many more adventures.
This trailer also shows how romance starts brewing these two in the most typical filmy way and they face several obstacles throughout it. The flick has been shot in beautiful locations that are captured amazingly in the trailer. Both these debutantes have palpable & sweet chemistry as well.
Have a look at the Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas trailer below:
This love story also has Aakash Ahuja, Sachin Khedekar, Simone Singh, Megna Malik, Kamini Khanna and Akash Dhar in its cast. It is a joint production by Zee Studios and Sunny Sounds Pvt Ltd.
Sunny Deol shared the trailer on Twitter and captioned it with words, “Every generation has a story to tell. Come witness the biggest love story of this generation. Presenting the trailer of #PalPalDilKePaas”
Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas trailer was supposed to be launched on Wednesday but had to be postponed due to heavy Mumbai rains. Talking about the delay in the trailer launch, Sunny said, “I do not want any of you to go through any inconvenience due to rains today. Hence, we have decided to postpone the event. Will keep everyone posted.”
The film is set to make a silver screen landing on September 20, 2019.
One thing is worth noting that happened while the casting of Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas was being done. Sahher Bambba had to give an audition for the female lead and she had a competition of 400. While there was no such mention of audition when it came to Karan Deol. Whether this nepotism exercise will help Karan further his career or not, only time will tell. But one thing is certain that long-living successes are built over time and with a lot of tests given.