Ranveer Singh plays two roles in the comedy of errors Cirkus, directed by Rohit Shetty and set in the’simple times’ of the 1960s.
On Monday morning, the makers of Rohit Shetty’s next movie Cirkus unveiled a teaser-cum-trailer. Ranveer Singh plays a dual part in the movie, which is an adaption of A Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare. Ranveer and the rest of the cast explain the film’s USP and why it’s advantageous that it is set in the “simple” 1960s in the teaser.
The entire ensemble is shown conversing with the audience while sitting outside a circus in the teaser, which does not feature any footage from the movie. The 1960s are introduced to the audience by Sanjay Mishra and Johnny Lever as the “good old days,” when there was no breaking news and children asked their grandparents for answers rather than Googling them. Then, two Ranveer Singhs appear as they explain that Cirkus is about a time “when parents’ love was more important than social media likes.”
Following are some rib-ticklers and inside jokes, including Mukesh Tiwari reprising one of his well-known lines from Golmaal (another Rohit Shetty film): “Tell us quickly, we have to leave for Panvel in the morning.” The movie’s trailer would then be released on December 2, according to Ranveer.