As fans awaited the release of the trailer for Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah’s ‘Jalsa,’ the filmmakers teased a tantalizing look of the film.
Vidya Balan, Shefali Shah, and others recently piqued the interest of fans by teasing the release of the trailer for their forthcoming horror film, Jalsa, which has leaked online, generating a lot of excitement. The trailer has already received over 86k views on YouTube and is growing by leaps and bounds.
The trailer for Jalsa, a much-anticipated film starring Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah, was recently released online and is sweeping the internet with its riveting plotline and breathtaking performances by the cast members.
The teaser takes a sneak peek at the film’s plot, revealing that it centers around the case of a girl who is hit by a car in the middle of the night. While Vidya Balan portrays a strong journalist, Shefali Shah portrays the girl’s mother. The clip keeps viewers glued to their seats as the murder investigation progresses.
Following the release of the Jalsa trailer, fans have stated that the film will be a masterpiece with an exceptional tale including two brilliant women in the key roles.
Some fans also commented that the film will undoubtedly be an exciting roller coaster ride, while others stated that they cannot wait to see it.
Aside from Shefali Shah and Vidya Balan in the key parts, the film will include a slew of other notable actors in supporting roles. Rohini Hattangadi, Manav Kaul, Surya Kasibhatla, Kashish Rizwan, Vidhatri Bandi, Shafeen Patel, and Ghanshyam Lalsa are just a few of them. Suresh Triveni directed the film, which will be released on Amazon Prime Video on March 18, 2022.
Manav Kaul, Rohini Hattangady, Iqbal Khan, Vidhatri Bandi, Srikant Mohan, Shafeen Patel, and Surya Kasibhatla all play important roles in the film. The film is produced by T-Series and Abundantia Entertainment and directed by Suresh Triveni of Tumhari Sulu fame.
“With every film I make, my objective is to tell a new tale and be a different person from the characters I’ve portrayed so far, and Jalsa ticked those boxes,” Vidya said of the film. Jalsa allowed me to explore the grey, and it was a very tough, enlightening, and rewarding experience for me as an actor. It was also a thrill to work with Suresh again on a film that is so different from our previous collaboration, Tumhari Sulu.”
A little girl is chased by a man in the nearly two-minute trailer, but she is struck by a car. Shefali Shah creates an impression as a strong mother Rukshana (Shefali Shah), who is in no mood to blame her daughter for being out late at night, while the police and a media outlet begin to investigate the situation. A journalist, on the other hand, briefs her supervisor Maya (Vidya Balan) on the story.
While Vidya is enthralled by the story, a man tells her in the trailer’s subsequent scenes, “It’s better to hide a story these days.” “I know everything,” a child says at the end of the trailer. If you give me chocolate, I promise not to tell anyone.”I’m not going to tell anyone.” It also appears to be a battle between truth and lies, redemption and vengeance.