Marjaavaan Trailer: This Hilarious Meme From Sidharth Malhotra's Upcoming Action Flick Summarizes The Film Perfectly
Marjaavaan trailer just released and Sidharth Malhotra is already the subject of various memes. Check it out!
Sidharth Malhotra is a handsome guy. And Tara Sutaria is very pretty. Ideally both of them being paired onscreen should inspire a lot of goosebumps. In Marjaavan's case, they've just inspired memes. And loads of them. And we're not complaining because the trailer kinda deserved it. The hero and the villain and the heroine are all speaking in verse. The hero is punching the air. No, he's literally punching the air.
Omg he’s even fighting the air pic.twitter.com/3Akv8f59ev— (@katkalif) September 26, 2019
Take a look at the trailer if you don't believe us.
Tara Sutaria dies in the end of the trailer. Sidharth's character is unable to differentiate between badla and inteqam (both are basically the same thing, just by the way) and he's killing goons right left and centre. Of course. But what's the point of all this?
Apparently making a death gesture isn't enough of an overkill. The internet agrees. The tomato sauce oozing out of Tara's mouth was enough for the internet to have its day.
The whole film looks like a big hot mess. Which is sad because Tara and Sidharth are really hot and why is the villain speaking in verse, I'm still not over this, sorry.
The netizens were also making (cough) strange (cough) comparisons to Abhishek Bachchan from the trailer.
And some found their own stories in the trailer.
Jokes aside, the trailer looks really subpar, and the film may probably even fare worse than Jabariya Jodi because at least Jabariya Jodi was fun and romantic.
This looks like a bad slasher film made on a shoestring budget. Milap Zaveri, who made his debut with Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai, and later wrote for films like Ek Villain and Kya Kool Hain Hum, has probably thought of converging all the films he's seen in his life into one. The big wedding, the dying love of your life and the angry young man from the 70s (what's with that bandanna, bro?). It's all happening. The only problem is, it's all happening ... really badly.