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Friday, April 16, 2021

Cargo Trailer: Vikrant Massey and Shweta Tripathi are here to take us on a one of its kind journey

The Cargo trailer featuring Vikrant Massey and Shweta Tripathi is now out and it is one to watch after all. The movie is slated for a release on September 9, 2020, and has kept fans waiting for a while now. For more reasons than one, this film might turn out to be interesting for it touches upon topics in a funny yet subtle manner.

For those of you who love Vikrant and Tripathi, you are definitely in for a treat. However, it goes without saying that this film is one that is out of the world, quite literally.

Watch the Cargo trailer here:

This should definitely a must-watch on your list this week, and we bet you won’t regret it!

The trailer sees multiple references to Hindu mythology, Massey himself for example. The actor is the demon aka rakhshas named Prahastha and has a job that might seem fascinating. He is responsible for bringing about a transition post-death, one that is to make them ready for their reincarnation. The Cargo trailer shows all of that beautifully.

Now that’s something? Wonder how it is done? Well, he heals them i.e. recycle them after unloading them (they are the cargo). Once done, he also erases their memories and well, that’s about that. Isn’t it fascinating to even hear, given how we barely know anything about what happens anyway!

Shweta, on the other hand, is his assistant, Yuvishka Shekhar, and has some rather interesting questions to raise about life. When you see the Cargo trailer, you do wonder why has it ended so soon. It is as soothing as it could be and yet, so intriguing.

Written and directed by Aarti Kadav, we cannot wait for the movie to hit our screens!

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