Makers of the impending period of time psychological thriller film Jogi, on Saturday, unveiled the teaser of the movie. Getting to Instagram, Netflix dropped the teaser, which they captioned, “Dekhiye Jogi ka haunsla, Jogi ki himmat, aur Jogi ki dosti. Jogi, streams on 16th September, only on Netflix.” Centered on the 1984 Sikh riots, the movie stars Diljit Dosanjh, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Kumud Mishra, Amyra Dastur and Hiten Tejwani in the direct roles. Helmed by the Sultan director Ali Abbas Zafar the film is all set to stream solely on Netflix from September 16, 2022.
The 40-seconds-very long teaser sets the scene in Delhi times right before the 1984 tragedy and the aftermath as Jogi fights for spouse and children, brotherhood and unity in opposition to all odds.
The movie marks the electronic debut of the Udta Punjab actor.
Talking about his role in the movie, Diljit mentioned, “Participating in the purpose of Jogi has been a person of the most satisfying ordeals and I am thrilled for my electronic debut on Netflix. The full workforce has worked genuinely challenging to bring to everyday living this lovely tale and I want to thank Ali and Himanshu for trusting me with this part. I am on the lookout forward to audiences viewing our movie and showing their really like.”
The Tiger Zinda Hai director stated, “Jogi is a extremely distinctive film to me and who greater than Diljit to helm the job of Jogi! It truly is about hope, brotherhood and braveness in the occasions of adversity and is a story of how hard situations extremely generally unite distinct individuals. I am very humbled that our story will attain tens of millions of viewers not only in India but throughout the world via Netflix.”
Meanwhile, Diljit will be also noticed in an forthcoming household entertainer Punjabi film Babe Bhangra Paude Ne together with actor Sargun Mehta, which is all set to release on September 30, 2022.
Ali, on the other hand, is also functioning on his subsequent action thriller challenge Bloody Daddy with actor Shahid Kapoor. The film is an official Hindi adaptation of the French movie Nuit Blanche.