‘Dhamaka’ Trailer: A City Under Terrorist Threat, A News Anchor Chasing TRP

Netflix's ‘Dhamaka’ Trailer: A City Under Terrorist Threat, A News Anchor Chasing TRP

Netflix India has dropped the first trailer for its upcoming thriller ‘Dhamaka’ starring Kartik Aaryan who plays the main lead as a television news anchor negotiating with a terrorist. The film is set for streaming on November 19, only on Netflix.

Set in the city of Mumbai, the action-packed ‘Dhamaka’ (Translation: ‘Blast’) is based on the South Korean action-thriller ‘The Terror Live’ (2013). Ram Madhvani (‘Neerja’) directs this suspense thriller and co-writes the script with Puneet Sharma.

This remake Indian version of the Korean film follows a journalist named Arjun (Kartik Aaryan) who on his radio show gets a call from a terrorist who threatens to blow up the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. Arjun sees this as an opportunity to negotiate with the channel head to return as a news anchor, assuring high TRP.  However, he finds himself in a mess when the terrorist demands him to call a minister and tell him to apologize, otherwise, he would blow up the entire Sea Link and kill everyone there, including Arjun’s wife.

Mrunal Thakur features as Soumya – Arjun’s wife, and Amruta Subhash as Ankita – the news channel head.

‘Dhamaka’ – Watch the trailer below

Genres: Action, Thriller
Directed by Ram Madhvani
Written by Puneet Sharma and Ram Madhvani
Based on “The Terror Live” by Kim Byung-woo
Cast: Kartik Aaryan, Mrunal Thakur, Amruta Subhash, Vishwajeet Pradhan, Vikas Kumar
Cinematography by Manu Anand
Release Date: Direct-to-digital on November 19, 2021 (Netflix)

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