Gehraiyaan Trailer Release Date Set For January 20
Gehraiyaan’s trailer will be released on Thursday, January 20, Viacom18 Studios confirmed to Gadgets 360. The exact release time for Gehraiyaan’s trailer is Thursday at 2:30 PM IST, Gadgets 360 has learned. A feature from Kapoor & Sons director Shakun Batra in over five years, Gehraiyaan stars Deepika Padukone, Siddhant Chaturvedi, Ananya Panday and Dhairya Karwa in the lead, with supporting roles for Naseeruddin Shah and Rajat Kapur. Gehraiyaan is an Amazon Original Movie, released February 11 on Prime Video.
“These sound waves come straight to the heart! The trailer comes out tomorrow. #GehraiyaanOnPrime releases February 11,” Viacom18 Studios said on its social media in since-deleted tweets. Attached were promotional snippets of all four tracks alongside, each ending with the words “as we delve into the world of Gehraiyaan tomorrow”. Padukone said, “Emotions will sink deeper,” while Chaturvedi said, “Choices will have consequences.” Panday said, “Love will get complicated,” and Karwa said, “Relationships will get twisted.” No footage from the film itself was shown.
Behind the scenes, Gehraiyaan director Batra is working on a screenplay he co-wrote with Sumit Roy (Zubaan), Ayesha DeVitre (Kapoor & Sons) and Yash Sahai. Batra is also a producer on Gehraiyaan alongside Hiroo Yash Johar, Karan Johar and Apoorva Mehta. Gehraiyaan is produced by Batra’s Jouska Films, Johar’s Dharma Productions and Viacom18 Studios. Kaushal Shah (Mumbai Diaries 11/26) served as cinematographer on Gehraiyaan. Nitesh Bhatia (Bamfaad) is the editor. Kabeer Kathpalia (Inside Edge) and Savera Mehta (NH 10) provided the music.
Gehraiyaan was released on February 11 on Amazon Prime Video in India and globally.
- Release date February 11, 2022
- Kind Drama, Romance
- To throw
Deepika Padukone, Ananya Panday, Siddhant Chaturvedi, Dhairya Karwa, Naseeruddin Shah, Rajat Kapur
- Director Chakun Batra
- Production Dharma Productions, Viacom18 Studios, Jouska Films
- Certificate 18+
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