Twitter is brimming with views and opinions on the recently launched Nitesh Tiwari’s romantic film Bawaal, featuring Varun Dhawan and Janhvi Kapoor. The trailer has left people in confusion between whether it is a love story or a conflicts of World War 2.
Twitteratis reacted to Bawaal trailer which went viral. Someone reacted to the juts arrived trailer and tweeted, “I just saw the trailer of Bawaal and what is this obsession of Indians with Hitler I don’t get it. What do you mean ‘hum sabke thode hitler ke jaise hi hai 9we all are like Hitler, a little bit)’? B***h he almost wipe out an ethnicity. How are me and Hitler similar.” “What the f**k was the #bawaal trailer!!!! Love story me Hitler ka angle kaha se aya (how is the love story related to Hitler),” wrote another.
Someone tweeted, “If Bawaal uses the Holocaust as some weird metaphor for a broken marriage, it’s a sign that modern film directors have lost the plot.”Someone said, “Don’t know what just happened.” “After the trailer I’m even more intrigued how they will link the story to the WWII. Parallel stories from past & presence. But I’m confused with tonality shifts or paralells made between some personal problems of the young couple and Hitler’s aspirations,” averred another.
Nitesh Tiwari spoke about the film during in his statement, “Great love stories deserve to be experienced and they always find a medium to reach an audience. Over the years, some of these stories have become true epics, not because of a grandiose scale but because of the heart-stringing, gut-wrenching essence that makes the audience feel every emotion. Bawaal is an Indian film which will appeal to audiences across the world. It will make you feel the jitters of nervousness, the joy of togetherness, the pain of separation, and so much more. Varun and Janhvi have brilliantly portrayed the roles of Ajju and Nisha, taking you on a journey from small-town India to Europe, that will leave an indelible mark on your hearts and mind.”
Bawaal will stream on Prime Video India on July 21.