The makers of the upcoming sequence ‘Weapons and Gulaabs’ on Tuesday unveiled a brand new movement poster that includes actor Dulquer Salmaan. Taking to Instagram, director duo Raj and DK shared the movement poster and captioned it, “ Suave, slick and sharp… what are you able to say to a man with a gun, spouting philosophy! Introducing Arjun Varma @dqsalmaan! Weapons & Gulaabs Trailer out TOMORROW!!” The movement poster introduces Dulquer Salmaan as Arjun Varma. He may be seen in a dapper look holding a gun in his hand. Quickly after the makers unveiled the movement poster, followers flooded the remark part with purple hearts and hearth emoticons.
“Arjun Varma goes to be our fav character,” a fan commented. One other fan wrote, “Too good.” The makers can be unveiling the official trailer of the sequence on August 2. Pulling off a casting coup, ‘Weapons and Gulaabs’ is a unusual, genre-blend that stars Rajkummar Rao, Dulquer Salmaan, Adarsh Gourav, T.J. Bhanu, and Gulshan Devaiah in key roles. From the primary kill to the primary kiss in Gulaabganj, something can occur as gangs run riot, a cartel inheritor is reluctant to tug the set off on his new life, a mechanic is searching for love and an officer is struggling to maintain his secrets and techniques, as per the outline for the sequence.
Impressed by the misfits of the world, ‘Weapons & Gulaabs’ is a narrative that depicts love and innocence, set in a world of crime. The sequence is about to uniquely mix the romance of the ’90s with against the law thriller whereas effortlessly lacing it with humour. Just lately the makers unveiled the official teaser of the sequence.
The teaser begins with Rajkummar Rao crying whereas beating somebody. He’s seen speaking about one’s darkish facet within the background. Glimpses of Dulquer as a policeman are additionally seen within the clip. Adarsh Gourav has additionally marked his presence, showing to play a thug within the mission. Helmed by Raj & DK, ‘Weapons and Gulaabs’ will premiere on the streaming platform Netflix on August 18.
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