New Delhi [India]: The trailer for the Vijay Deverakonda starrer pan India movie ‘Liger’ has finally been unveiled on Thursday and it takes audiences on a rollercoaster from movement to romance to drama.
Vijay took to his Twitter deal with and published a trailer along side a message that examine, “India, We give you Mass. Action. Entertainment. The LIGER Trailer! #LIGER #LigerTrailer Aug 25th Worldwide release!” The 2-minute-long trailer introduces audiences to Vijay’s character, who’s an MMA fighter in the film, and shows him acing the fight sequences with ease though he has a stammering problem.
We give you Blood, Sweat, Madness.
We give you Mass Action Entertainment.
We give you The LIGER Trailer!
Aug 25th Worldwide Release! pic.twitter.com/f6kFdVvCPS
— Vijay Deverakonda (@TheDeverakonda) July 21, 2022
Ramya Krishnan, who performs the function of Vijay’s mom on-display screen made an impact along with her glimpses of being a badass mother. “My son is a crossbreed, born to a lion and a tiger,” she may be heard pronouncing within the trailer.
Ananya Panday performs the role of Vijay’s love interest in ‘Liger’ and toward the cease of the trailer, Mike Tyson makes a stylish entry that is accompanied by using a communication alternate between him and Vijay. When Vijay says, “I’m a Fighter,” Tyson, in respond asks, “If you are a Fighter, what am I?”
Previously, Vijay set the net on hearth through losing his first appearance from the approaching film. It showed him nude as he flaunted his chiseled frame at the same time as maintaining just a bouquet of roses.
The first tune from ‘Liger’, titled ‘Akdi Pakdi’ changed into released before the trailer. It featured Vijay and Ananya ruling the dance ground with their actions.
Helmed by way of Puri Jagannadh and produced through Karan Johar ‘Liger’, which marks Vijay’s debut in Hindi cinema and the ‘Khaali Peeli’ actor’s first multi-lingual movie, is ready to hit theatres on August 25, 2022, once you have more than one delays due to COVID-19.
It will be launched in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.