The Latest Poster Of 'Andhadhun' Will Leave You Baffled

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Makers of 'Andhadhun' released an interesting poster from the film

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

The trailer of director Sriram Raghavan's next  'Andhadhun' has left the audience amused as well as excited for its release. In the film,  Ayushmann Khurrana essays the character of a blind pianist, while Radhika Apte plays the love of his life. The trailer revealed that Ayushmann's smooth life hits a rough patch after he meets Tabu, who is responsible for turning his life around. Khurrana ends up becoming the blind witness of a murder and gets involved in a legal case. 

The trailer also makes you suspicious whether Ayushmann 's character is genuinely blind or just putting up a pretense. All the mystery will unfold on October 5, with the nationwide release of the film. 

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Post the trailer release of the film, the makers released another interesting poster from the film, further puzzling the audience. Apart from the murder mystery, the poster hints at kidnapping. The latest poster has Tabu and Ayushmann tied to a chair, with the actress blindfolded by force and Khurrana blinded by fate. Looking at the trailer, Tabu had come off as a suspect of the murder, while this poster shows Tabu to be a victim of another crime. The poster and trailer of the film have sure left the audience baffled. 


The first poster of the film had Ayushmann Khurrana walking past a blood-smeared floor, with a cat crossing by. 

Director  Sriram Raghavan has experimented with films in similar genres including 'Badlapur' and 'Johnny Gaddar' which were successful at the box office. 'AndhaDhun' helmed by Sriram Raghavan and produced by Viacom 18 and Matchbox pictures, is slated to release on October 5.  



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