Actors Shefali Shah and Vidya Balan are again with the primary trailer of their movie Jalsa. The two are proven to be linked to one another by a homicide case. The gripping story revolves across the killing of a younger lady and a information channel’s investigating it. While Shefali Shah performs the mom of the sufferer who refuses to surrender on her daughter, Vidya performs a journalist who’s wanting into the story. Also learn: Jalsa teaser: Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah’s Amazon Prime thriller could give you Pataal Lok flashbacks. Watch
The virtually two-minute trailer opens with a younger lady being chased by a person however finally ends up being hit by a automotive. As the police and a media home begin investigating the case, Shefali makes an affect as a courageous mom Rukshana (Shefali Shah), who’s in no temper to evaluate her daughter for being out late at night time. On the opposite hand, a journalist briefs her boss Maya (Vidya Balan) in regards to the story. While Vidya takes eager curiosity in the identical, a person is seen telling her within the later a part of the trailer, “It’s better to hide a story these days.” The trailer ends with a child telling somebody, “I know everything. If you would give me a chocolate, I won’t tell anyone.” It additionally appears to show right into a duel between fact and lies, redemption and retribution.
The movie additionally stars Manav Kaul, Rohini Hattangady, Iqbal Khan, Vidhatri Bandi, Srikant Mohan, Shafeen Patel and Surya Kasibhatla in pivotal roles. Directed by Suresh Triveni of Tumhari Sulu fame, the movie is produced by T-Series and Abundantia Entertainment.
Talking in regards to the movie, Vidya stated, “With every film I do, my attempt is to tell a new story and be a different person from the characters I’ve played so far, and Jalsa ticked those boxes.” Jalsa gave me the chance to delve into the grey and it’s been a really difficult, enriching, and fulfilling expertise for me as an actor. Also teaming up with Suresh once more on a movie that’s poles aside from our earlier venture –Tumhari Sulu, was so thrilling.”
Shefali Shah stated, “There are certain stories, you can’t not be a part of, Jalsa was one such experience for me. Unlike my recent portrayals, my role as Rukshana in Jalsa is a complete contrast. However, the vulnerabilities and dilemmas that of a mother are like any other and living through them has been really fulfilling as an artist.”
Director Suresh Triveni shared, “Jalsa is a drama peppered with the right amount of thrill. The film attempts to deliver a compelling story of secrets, truths, ironies laced with powerful, emotionally complex performances by Vidya and Shefali and the rest of the ensemble.”
Jalsa will premiere on Amazon Prime on March 18.