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Durgamati The Myth trailer: Bhumi Pednekar, Arshad Warsi leave a long lasting impact with this one

2020 has seen some of the finest films, and while each has its own premise, we have another one coming our way. Durgamati The Myth trailer featuring Bhumi Pednekar, Arshad Warsi and Karan Kapadia is out now and it has been creating quite the buzz. Durgamati is the official remake of a Telugu film, starring Anushka Shetty.

Now, one of the highlights of the Bhumi Pednekar starrer is how she alone headlines the movie. Though netizens seem to have a mixed reaction to this remake, there still is a sense of empowerment. The film was earlier titled Durgavati, and now has been renamed. Why was is done, however, continues to remain a mystery.

Check out Durgamati The Myth trailer here:

 

The trailer briefly narrates how Bhumi Pednekar turns from a victim to the one seeking revenge for all the wrongs that have been done. However, we don’t get a lot into the background, but we do know that the haveli has something to do with it. A thriller on the surface, it also touches upon a few other topics, but rather briefly.

Arshad Warsi and Jisshu Sengupta are two other highlights of the Durgamati The Myth trailer, leaving us impressed. The movie is produced by Akshay Kumar and Bhushan Kumar, and seems to be a fair watch so far. While the genre is one that fits multiple checkboxes, it is a revenge thriller, to say the least. Mahie Gill turns a cop for this one, while Warsi plays an activist.

Durgamati is the ghost here, of course, but we only know things at the surface and that is what keeps us hooked until the end of the trailer. None the less, it does manage to give you some jump scares, while also making you wonder on what’s next? While thrillers have been a welcome genre in the country, this one could turn out to be quite the hit if it plays out the story well.

Durgamati The Myth is slated for a release on Prime Video on December 11, 2020. What do you think about the Durgamati The Myth trailer? Drop your comments below!

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