New Delhi: Vicky Kaushal has returned to engage us in a never-seen-before symbol with his next film, Govinda Naam Mera. The film that is promoted to be a satire will skip theaters and have a direct-to-OTT discharge. Presently, the delivery date of the film on the streaming stage DisneyPlus Hotstar has been reported by Karan Johar alongside character banners of the three lead entertainers Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar and Kiara Advani. The film will be delivered on December 16 and highlights Vicky in the job of a foundation artist. The entertainer’s banner highlights him in a natural look, wearing some pants, ganji and shirt. The banner likewise contains the name of the person Govind Waghmare.
In the mean time, Bhumi Pednekar and Kiara Advani’s banners don’t have their personality names however rather center around what their identity is a major part of Govinda’s life. Bhumi is seen situated on a wing seat looking charming. The text read, “Govinda ki hotty spouse.” Kiara, wearing a tomfoolery printed co-ord set, is all grins on the banner. She is “Govinda ki mischievous sweetheart.”
Karan Johar’s inscription recommends that the film will be a tomfoolery ride. In the subtitle, the maker said, “Legend, his significant other and his better half – what’s the worst that could happen, correct? A great deal it appears. Prepare for some homicide, secret, frenzy and masala.”
A couple of days prior, Vicky Kaushal and Karan Johar declared that the film will be delivered on an OTT stage in a silly video. The clasp starts with the two examining Vicky’s effective profession yet Karan rapidly adds that the entertainer has forever been seen in serious jobs. Alluding to the popular discourse from Vicky’s cutting edge film Masaan, Karan Johar, “Dukh tera khatam greetings nahi hota,” empowering Vicky to investigate his tomfoolery side.
The possibility of a sweetheart in Govidna’s life cheers Vicky Kaushal up, considering that it takes into account a “Yash Chopra-style” heartfelt melody. Yet, Karan Johar says that all he will get is to move in the Mumbai downpours.