May 13 : The makers of Kangana Ranaut starrer Dhaakad dropped the second trailer of the film on Thursday. The trailer showed off the actor’s ruthless side and she is unstoppable in action. The new trailer is all about blood, gore and war cry.
Dhaakad will see Kangana playing a spy named Agent Agni, who is out to capture Arjun Rampal’s character, Rudraveer. The new trailer shows off Kangana in a ruthless avatar involved in bloody and intense action. The trailer doesn’t go into any story or dialogue as it tries to project that it is a film of high voltage action. Besides Kangana, the new trailer also featured Arjun Rampal, who runs a human trafficking cartel, Divya Dutt, and Saswata Chatterjee.
Earlier, Kangana had described the film as “an international level spy thriller”. She is seen disguising herself in different avatars and beating up the bad guys ruthlessly. The gory action saw the actress stabbing eyeballs and stomachs brutally, as Kangana says, “Jism se rooha ko alaag karna business hai mera (it is my business to separate the soul from the body).” Reportedly, Kangana will sport seven different looks in the film.
Dhaakad is all set to release in theatres on May 20, 2022. The makers boast of the fact that the film would be the first female centric action film of Bollywood. Directed by Razneesh 'Razy' Ghai and produced by Deepak Mukut and Sohel Maklai, Dhaakad is presented by Soham Rockstar Entertainment Pvt Ltd in association with Kamal Mukut, Sohel Maklai Productions and Asylum films.
Kangana Ranaut said in a statement, “Dhaakad is a genre-defining film and we’ve worked very hard to create something that lived up to the dream that we had envisioned. Agent Agni is a force of nature and embodies the strength within us and the film is a celebration of grit and power,” she added.
The film has been made on a big budget. In a social media post last year, Kangana had claimed that a single action sequence in the film cost the producers ₹25 crore. The actress also claimed that the film followed international standards in terms of storytelling and action.