The trailer of the movie Gulabo Sitabo is out which shows Amitabh Bachchan as an old house owner and Ayushmann as the tenant. The movie is a naturalistic description of satire rotates around two characters Gulabo and Sitabo, and features the day by day issues looked by a typical man.

Directed by one of most the acclaimed director of industry, Shoojit Sircar and written by Juhi Chaturvedi, the movie is one of the most awaited one since June 21, 2019, when the first look of Amitabh Bachchan was brought to the eyes of the public.

The movie was earlier planned to be released way back in November 2019 but pushed till April 17 of this year. And because of the shutdown, it had been further pushed down for online release on June 12 on Amazon Prime Video.

As the official synopsis peruses “Gulabo Sitabo is the quirky tale of two slimy scheming foxes in a game of one-upmanship, each one attracting other members to their clan and each one with an agenda of his own.”

This picture is quite contradictory to its tagline “Ek Priceless Jodi” which translates to one priceless pair, as in the whole trailer we can see both Amitabh and Ayushmann quarrelling for various issues in life. But due to the wide age gap of characters and exemplary acting skills of these both, the audience could expect a beautiful slice of life comedy. Mr Bachchan has brilliantly portrayed the character of an old Muslim, and his adaptation to the eccentric dialect has made the spectators more thrilled.

Even though Gulabo and Sitabo are two puppets of the Uttar Pradesh, the trailer of the movie doesn’t make any mention of these names in it. And even the presence two goats in the official poster which was quite suggestive about the title of the movie had cypher indications, which keeps the viewers on the tip of their toe. Thus, the presence of two high voltage actors and pioneer director and many such wow factors makes the movie Gulabo Sitabo a must-watch.

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