Good Newwz Trailer Launch: Kareena, Kiara, Akshay And Diljit Dazzle

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'Good Newwz' will feature Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor Kahan, Kiara Advani and Diljit Dosanjh in pivotal roles. Read below to know about its trailer launch.

Written By Amir Khollam | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Anticipation for Good Newwz has been high among fans ever since the plot of the film was revealed. The film will reportedly revolve around surrogacy. The film went through some production issues and was pushed from its initial release date to December 2019. With the release of the film being a few weeks away, makers have launched a trailer for Good Newwz. The film features Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kiara Advani and Diljit Dosanjh in lead roles. Check out the trailer below. 

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The makers of the film launched the trailer of the film in a grand event. The entire cast of the film was present during the trailer launch including the producer, Karan Johar. During media interactions, Akshay Kumar talked about Good Newwz in details. Akshay stated that some other film was narrated to him by Karan for over three hours but he chose to drop that project and do Good Newwz as he liked the slice of life story spect of the film. Check out snippets from the trailer launch below. 

Also read: Good Newwz: First Posters Revealed Online! See Them Here

Good Newwz trailer launch

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