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New Delhi: Akshay Kumar’s Ram Setu is one of the most anticipated films of the year. The action adventure is directed by Abhishek Sharma. As the release nears, the makers will reveal various aspects of the film in the coming days.

According to media reports, the first look of Ram Setu will be released on Monday i.e. September 26.

“At first glance, it will be a digital launch. It’s more than a trailer, but not exactly a trailer. The makers will present an audio-visual unit that will introduce the audience to the world of Ram Setu for the first time and start the countdown to its Diwali 2022 release,” a source told Pinkvilla.

The source also added that the audience will be blown away by the visuals of this action-adventure, produced by Vikram Malhotra under the banner of Abundantia Entertainment.

Ram Setu trailer starts

Meanwhile, the device was submitted to the Central Film Rating Board on Tuesday. The proposal is expected to be accepted without much discussion.

“The makers are preparing with a tight and focused marketing campaign. They have a lot of confidence in their product and believe that visuals will speak louder than anything else,” the source informed. The portal also said that Akshay Kumar is also extremely excited to present this film to his audience. “The trailer will be released within a week of the first release.”

Ram Setu will hit theaters on October 25, 2022. This would be the fourth consecutive Diwali release for Akshay Kumar after Housefull 4, Laxmii (OTT) and Sooryavanshi. Ram Setu portrays the role of an archaeologist and researches the nature of Ram Setu.

Earlier, BJP leader and former Rajya Sabha member Subramanian Swamy had sent a legal notice to the film’s production team for allegedly tampering with the film.

Akshay Kumar, Jacqueline Fernandez and Nushratt Bharuccha are among the cast members of the upcoming film. In a tweet, Subramanian Swamy claimed that he had sent a notice to Akshay and eight others to enlighten them about the “intellectual property rights”.



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