When You Have A First Look At ‘Khamoshi’ Trailer

When you have a first look at ‘Khamoshi’ trailer, you will be observe that Prabhu Deva has spooked Tamannaah Bhatia for sure

Prabhu Deva and Tamanaah Bhatia starrer Khamoshi’s trailer has been made available to the public and it is bound to show you stars in this broad daylight.

Days after the teaser of Prabhudeva and Tamannaah Bhatia starrer Khamoshi was unveiled, its makers have now released the film’s trailer. After one has a first look at its trailer, he will for sure would scream out loud in horror in the movie halls when the movie hits the screens.

This trailer gives one a good insight into what really happens in the world of Khamoshi. Here South’s Michael Jackson i.e. Prabhudeva plays a ghost who is the landlord of a place and haunts Tamannaah Bhatia, who is probably the trustee of this huge property and also resides in this house that is now haunted by the ghost of Prabhu Deva.

Taking some clues from the trailer, one can get an idea that Prabhu Deva died due to an accident and never received justice since he had the charges of trespassing levied on him while he was alive. Meanwhile Tamanaah Bhatia wishes to donate the house but is stopped by some of her own people and hence she is trapped inside the house with the ghost of Prabhu Deva. This ghost i.e. Prabhudeva is on a killing spree and he has managed to spook out Tamanaah.

https://youtu.be/yyqYeWrtlgY

Directed by Chakri Toleti, this Vashu Bhagnani production, has a star cast that includes: Bhumika Chawla and Sanjay Suri in pivotal roles. The movie is set to release on the very last day of this month i.e. May 31st.

For those who wish to see this silverscreen ghost i.e. Prabhudeva and the haunted one i.e. Tamannaah Bhatia being paired again on-screen, they will not have to wait for much longer, as their another movie named: Devi 2 is also coming. Off-course this time Prabhudeva will not haunt Tamannah for sure or wait and watch for yourself.

Also Read: Tamannaah Bhatia Unveils The First Look Poster of Her Next With Prabhudeva, ‘Khamoshi’

 

Gaurav Gupta

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