Bollywood serial kisser actor Emraan Hashmi’s upcoming movie Azhar is all set to launch its first teaser. On May 20, when the first look of the up and coming biopic on India's previous cricket commander Mohammad Azharuddin – "Azhar" – was officially launched in a star-studded ceremony, Azhar had said, "The movie is about my God, my marriage and match-fixing."
Consistent with the announcement, the official teaser, which turned out okMay 25, delineates just these viewpoints. Emraan Hashmi, who depicts the cricketer in the Bollywood upcoming movie Azhar, took to Twitter to share the teaser.
Watch Emraan Hashmi Movie Azhar Teaser HereThe teaser shows Emraan Hashmi spruced up as Azhar on his way to the pitch with the story that takes after as: "Main teen cheezon ke liye famous hoon. Ek, main khuda ko maanta hoon. Do, shaadi huyi hai meri (and a girl displays ‘marry me banner to him). Teen, match fix karne ka ilzaam hai mujhpar. Main Azhar…meri kahaani – 13 May 2016."
While the story, in Emraan Hashmi's voice mouths the last lines, a gathering of individuals assault and hit him, delineating exactly what he more likely than not experienced when accused of the claims of match-fixing.
Passing by the teaser, the movi is likewise anticipated that would showcase the old-world appeal that the star cricketer radiated and made young ladies succumb to him.
Emraan Hashmi's voice has that interest that takes the teaser to another level, and we think, with 'Hamari Adhuri Kahani' and 'Azhar', glad times have recently begun for him. He is, anyways, substantially more than a serial kisser and may be, its just about time to give him his due. His strolling style in Azhar movie is additionally close great.
Reports say that Prachi Desai will be assuming the part of his first wife, while that of the second wife- Sangeeta Bijlani – stays undecided starting at this point.
Mohammad Azharuddin was ensnared in a match-fixing outrage in the year 2000 and was therefore banned for life by the Board of Control for Cricket in India. The Andhra Pradesh High Court later lifted the ban in November 2012.
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