The much-anticipated sports drama “Ghoomer” trailer was released on Friday, August 4. The Ghoomer teaser, which stars Saiyami Kher and Abhishek Bachchan, provides a glimpse into the narrative of a cricket player who loses her right arm in an accident. Abhishek portrays her coach, whose goal is to develop her into a successful cricket player. Scroll down to read more about the Ghoomer trailer.
Ghoomer Trailer Out
Abhishek Bachchan’s father, Amitabh Bachchan, a seasoned actor, has already posted the trailer to his Instagram account. In the interesting teaser, Saiyami Kher’s paraplegic cricket player is coached by Abhishek Bachchan. The “Dasvi” star recently shared the movie’s motion poster on Instagram, which left the audience impatiently awaiting the trailer.
‘Ghoomer’ trailer was shared by Amitabh Bachchan with the caption,
‘YEEEAAAAHHH YEEEAAAAH YEEEEAAAH WHOOOAAAHHH !!!!!
Here’s a trailer that makes the heart and head spin.
is out now!
on 18th August.
The opening of the trailer shows Abhishek Bachchan with an intense expression. This is the tale of a young woman, Saiyami Kher, who is chosen for the Indian women’s cricket team but has her ambitions crushed by an accident. She had to have one of her hands amputated after the accident, which left her crippled. But despite not having an arm, she finds a coach who inspires her to play cricket.
The trailer depicts her experience of being chosen for the national squad and how, just when things were going well for her, a vehicle accident caused her to lose her arm. The core of this story is a training montage in which Bachchan’s character teaches her to use her left hand equally as well. She eventually appears on the pitch for Team India.
The audience is appreciating and responds favorably to the movie’s trailer.
Watch the trailer here
Karoly Takacs, a right-hand shooter from Hungary, served as the inspiration for Ghoomer’s concept, which was directed by R Balki. After suffering an injury to his right hand, he used his left hand to win two gold Olympic medals. Balki was fascinated by this concept and decided to adapt it into a cricket movie. The 53rd International Film Festival of India was where he told PTI, “I suggested let’s make it a cricket film rather than a shooting film as people will take a lot of time to understand (the sport).”
The sports drama adaptation “Ghoomer,” which stars Abhishek Bachchan, Saiyami Kher, Amitabh Bachchan, Shabana Azmi, and others, has an outstanding cast. The film, directed by R. Balki, is expected to premiere on August 18.