New Delhi: The trailer of Goodbye delivered on Tuesday morning and the ideal method for depicting it is call it a cauldron of feelings – there is misery, love, rationale, custom and a touch of humor. The trailer starts with Rashmika Mandanna’s personality telling her folks (played by veterans Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta) that she wishes to get out of her home to be free. A contention later, Rashmika answers the doorbell just to discover that her mom has kicked the bucket. At the point when Rashmika advances home, she and her dad (Big B) are tangled in a steady skirmish of rationale versus custom. While Rashmika questions each custom, making sense of how her mother generally needed to be incinerated a specific way and that she needed to be a free soul. Amitabh Bachchan sides with age-old cultural standards. Scrutinizing his little girl where her “rationale” was the point at which she didn’t pick up the telephone for two days.
The trailer finds components of entertainment as Sunil Grover, who essentially expressed that great recollections have no rationale. Pavail Gulati winds up on the less than desirable finish of humorous jokes faultlessly conveyed by his dad (played by Amitabh Bachchan). Elli AvRam, who plays Pavail’s old flame winds up lost in the social distinctions ( you’ll know when you see the trailer). All things considered, Goodbye trailer will make you grin and shed a tear or two simultaneously.
Sharing the trailer of the film, Rashmika Mandanna wrote in her online entertainment post: “A piece of our Goodbye child is currently yours… This one is unique for such countless reasons however for the present I want to believe that you and your family like this.”
Before the trailer’s delivery, Rashmika shared a couple of banners from the film. “Meet my crazy little family,” she captioned this one.
Goodbye, directed by Vikas Bahl and co-produced by Shobha Kapoor, Ektaa R Kapoor, Saraswati Entertainment Pvt Ltd, Viraj Sawant, Vikas Bahl, is slated to release in theatres on October 7.