The first teaser of Sushant Singh Rajput starrer Sonchiraiya is out and it strives to provide an intriguing tale. The movie’s primary plot addresses the dacoits of the film and central India will try to give a glimpse into their own lives. The movie’s star cast includes names like Manoj Bajpayee, Bhumi Pednekar, Sushant Singh Rajput, Ranvir Shorey, and Ashutosh Rana among others.
The nearly one-and-a-half-minute clip introduces characters of Ranvir Shorey, Bhumi Pednekar, Manoj Bajpayee, Sushant Singh Rajput and Ashutosh Rana and the audience. Ashutosh appears more unrecognizable, Even though Manoj has reinvented himself to the part. A voice-over informs the viewers that the dacoits have been on the lookout for a ‘golden bird’ (Son Chiriya). But after it’s the 2 questions what is that bird and why is everybody the teaser does not resolve.
With an intriguing first teaser and a cast, things are looking up for Sonchiraiya. The trailer will offer more insight into the narrative. The film is set for a February release.
The Story of Sonchiraiya?
Abhishek Chaubey, with helmed movies like Dedh Ishqiya and Udta Punjab, has led the film.
Sonchiraiya is dispersed over if justice becomes revenge and deals with issues of gender discrimination because of caste and four times at the Chambal ravines. Our literary bandits are at a crossroads about their meaning and purpose. They have a feeling of morals and ethics, but they do not know if they’re wrong or right. These questions disturb them.
The story is all about finding your Sonchiraiya, a name for girls in the region, which will be a bird that is rare and beautiful. It is called the fantastic Indian bustard, and conservationists are worried about its own endangerment. In Chambal, you may see Sonchiraiya Guest House, Sonchiraiya Hotel, Etc. It entails the bird, that was what India was called long time past.
From the context of the movie, finding the Sonchiraiya means discovering reality. All these bandits lead a life in a brutal, unforgiving, dry landscape. They think they are inclined to be on this ground, which can be protecting their community or caste or maybe not living by the law of their oppressors. They call rebels, or themselves baaghi, because of their path. The film is all about them questioning that path.