Nag Ashwin-directorial trailer gives an impressive introduction to the universe of 'Kalki 2898 AD


Kalki 2898 AD Trailer: amitabh bachchan, prabhas, deepika padukone Are Ready To Bring Fusion Of indian Mythology And Sci-Fi

Kalki 2898 AD Trailer: Nag Ashwin-directorial trailer gives an impressive introduction to the universe of 'Kalki 2898 AD.’

Kalki 2898 AD Trailer

The much-anticipated teaser for the next science fiction epic ‘Kalki 2898 AD’ has finally arrived. The 2-minute and 51-second trailer takes audiences to a realm where indian mythology meets science fiction and visual effects. The trailer is out in English, Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada. The trailer of ‘Kalki 2898 AD’ promises an exhilarating cinematic adventure with its riveting narrative, outstanding score, and jaw-dropping visual effects.

'Kalki 2898 AD’ Trailer Out 

This post-apocalyptic film takes its setting in 2898 AD from Hindu texts. amitabh bachchan plays the immortal Ashwatthama, while prabhas plays Bhairava, an incarnation of the Hindu deity Vishnu. 

The trailer does an excellent job of presenting us to the fascinating universe of Bhairava. The story begins with the kids studying about Kaash. The trailer gradually unveils the perpetual power struggle and the persistent mistreatment of the disadvantaged. Still, it's a sign of a force that's been there for six thousand years making a comeback. Bhairava steps in, boasting that he has "never lost a fight to date." But this fight won't be simple; the trailer ends with a look at the terrifying villain (Kamal) he'll have to overcome. 

‘Kalki 2898 AD’ is expected to be one of the most expensive and ambitious productions in India, with an estimated budget of $75 million.

Starring amitabh bachchan, Kamal Haasan, prabhas, deepika padukone, and Disha Patani, 'Kalki 2898 AD' is produced by vyjayanthi movies and directed by Nag Ashwin. On june 27, 2024, theatres will welcome this multilingual science fiction film based on mythology that takes place in the future.

Director nag ashwin recently addressed the religious stance of 'Kalki 2898 AD' in an interview, addressing the polarised environment of the present and explaining why this element does not concern him. The film “does not involve any characters actively worshipped by large numbers of Hindus,” Ashwin said in an interview with Deadline.

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