The trailer for Kiran Rao's directorial comeback Lapata ladies, out today. Welcome to the world of Deepak Kumar (Sparsh Shrivastav), a groom who lost his wife on his way home. Deepak Kumar, who is married to Phule (Nitanshi Goel), brings Pushpa Rani (Pratibha Ranta) home with him instead. When Deepak's mother asks the bride to lift her veil, the sky falls on the groom's family – and the bride is replaced. Will Deepak find his bride? The search begins. Deepak files a complaint at the local police station. When the inspector asks about the photo of the missing bride, Deepak hands him the only photo he has – the one in which the bride's face is hidden under the veil. Did Pushpa Rani come to Deepak's house by mistake? The police have an idea that she has an ulterior motive. Will she find her way? We'll have to wait for answers until the film hits theaters in March.
While sharing the trailer, Kiran Rao wrote in the caption, “Ghunghat uth chuke hain. Trailer released #LaapataaLadies!” take a look:
Lapata ladies It is based on an award-winning story by Biplab Goswami. The screenplay and dialogue are written by Sneha Desai, while Divyanidhi Sharma has handled the additional dialogues. Laapataa Ladies was screened at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) last year.
Sharing the poster of the film, the official Instagram account of Aamir Khan Productions wrote, “Ab milega Laapataa Ladies ka pata 5 January 2024 ko, aapke nazdiki Cinema garon mein (Now we will get Missing Women Location, on January 5 in your nearest theatres.)” take a look:
On Tuesday, Kiran Rao and Aamir Khan attended a promotional event with the lead cast. The film marks Kiran Rao's comeback as a director after more than a decade. The lead actors also attended the reception of Aamir's daughter Ira Khan and Nupur Shekhari in Mumbai. Take a look at the photos from last night:
Kiran Rao made her directorial debut with the film Dobby ghat. The film was released in 2011. The film stars Aamir Khan, Prateik Babbar, Monica Dogra, Kriti Malhotra.
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