Rajpal Yadav and Rubina Dilaik’s film Ardh Trailer Out
The trailer of actor-comedian Rajpal Yadav and Big Boss 14 winning actress Rubina Dilaik starrer Ardh has been released today, on May 18 by the film’s makers. Written and directed by music composer-turned-director Palaash Mucchal, the film is a social drama.
Along with the lead actors the film also stars Hiten Tejwani and Kulbhushan Kharbanda in crucial roles. Produced under the banner of Pal Music and Films, the film is set to premiere on June 10, 2022 on India’s leading platform Zee5.
The trailer of this family-entertainer starts with the voice-over of veteran Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff, who introduced actor Rajpal Yadav as a small-town guy Shiva, who is walking down the streets wearing saari and holding lady’s handbag. Some voices in the background can be heard saying that Shiva is going to beat Aamir Khan in acting, as he goes out in the get-up of a women.
Yadav is looting the limelight as Shiva, who is struggling to become an actor despite being a good theatre actor. Due to lack of money and to earn bread and butter for his family, he has to pretend to be a transgender women, who is known as Parvati, as you can see in the trailer.
The trailer also shows Rubina Dilaik, who is making her big screen debut with this most-awaited social drama, as his wife, who is supporting her husband in his struggle to become an actor, the couple also has a son.
Meanwhile, the struggle to become an actor is continue and he is trying his best to seek a role. The film has an emotional angle too. Actor Hiten Tejwani is featured as Shiva’s close friend who tells him that this acting is only for rich people and not for the people like them. We also see glimpse of Kulbhushan Kharbanda, who, as per trailer, is playing a big filmmaker of the industry.
Overall, the film shows how a small town guy has to struggle to become an actor and do whatever it takes to meet ends. The performance of the entire cast is very amazing. The trailer is the sneak peak of how the film will going to make viewers laugh and cry at the same time.