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“Aiyaa” movie trailer review – Rani is back!!


Release Date: Oct 2012

It seems Oct2012 is slated to be the comeback month of some of our leading actresses, who were on a hiatus and now are ready to rock the screen again. We have English Vinglish ( Sridevi), Ishkq in Paris ( Preity) and now Aiyaa , the much talked about heroine centric  film starring our very own Rani Mukherjee , who will be seen as a protagonist after nearly 2 years.

The trailer of Aiyaa clearly depicts that this flick has been designed , exclusively to showcase Rani’s talent and targeted at her admirers. The makers have wisely kept her in every frame in this snippet, rendering positive indications that Rani will be portraying a character, what she does best- boisterous and comical !


The unusually titled film ( reminiscent of South Accent!) boasts of an extremely watchable trailer. We have Meenakshi( Rani), a chirpy girl from a Marathi family who supposedly gets attracted and falls in love with a Tamilian guy (Malayalam Actor Prithviraj Sukumaran).  The film routes through  the implications and conflicts the couple  faces, amidst the backdrop of  South West cultural clash, and some really funny moments!

Produced by Anurag Kashyap and directed by relatively new Sachin Kundalkar, the film definitely makes for an anticipated watch, because of its impressive storyline and a delightful first look. Rani looks refreshing, and so as the treatment of the entire film.

Going by the first look, Aiyaa definitely looks a must watch. Lets wait for Oct 12, when Rani springs back at her alluring best on the big screen!

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