The trailer for Goodbye, an upcoming movie starring Amitabh Bachchan and Rashmika Mandanna, is out today. The film appears to have a dysfunctional family drama with a hint of comedy. And from the trailer, it appears that the film has the perfect balance of emotions, drama, love, and humor, and will take viewers on an emotional roller coaster ride that is also packed with laughter and tears.
Sharing the trailer, the makers wrote, “Family bonding toh suna hoga, but family tuning pehli baar dekhoge! With a string of drama, laughter, dher sara emotion aur bohot sara pyaar, presenting the #GoodbyeTrailer: #Goodbye releasing in cinemas near you on 7th October 2022 #GoodbyeOnOct7.”
The three-minute trailer offers a glimpse into the plot in which Neena Gupta’s character plays Amitabh Bachchan’s wife and Mandanna’s mother—who has passed away. Despite the fact that the premise sounds tragic, the film tackles the same theme with humour. The trailer introduces us to a variety of individuals, whose conversations may sound inappropriate when spoken aloud but make perfect sense when spoken in relation to their surroundings.
The movie’s trailer suggests that it will be a heartwarming tale that emphasises the ups and downs, chaos, drama, and love that are present in every family. In addition, it appears that the conflict between the father and daughter, as portrayed by Bachchan and Mandanna, is the central plot of the film. In addition to Ashish Vidyarthi, the movie also stars Pavail Gulati, Elli Avram, and Sunil Grover. Watch the trailer here.
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Mandanna makes her film debut in Hindi with Goodbye. The actor was recently seen in Sita Ramam in an important role and became popular all over India with Pushpa: The Rise, a well-liked Telugu movie in which she appeared alongside Allu Arjun. Her next Hindi projects are Mission Mjanu along with Sidharth Malhotra, and Animal, alongside Ranbir Kapoor.
Balaji Motion Pictures, Saraswati Ent Pvt Ltd, Viraj Sawant, and Vikas Bahl are the producers of Goodbye. The movie, which Vikas Bahl both wrote and directed, will debut in theatres on October 7. Films directed by Bahl include Super 30, Queen, and Shaandaar.