Ayushmann Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar and Yami Gautam's Bala is garnering a lot of attention from the audiences for its never-been-explored-before content. To raise more excitement, the actor has also been releasing a few hilarious teasers, giving a glimpse to what to expect in the store and well, going by the teasers, it seems like we are in for a laughter riot. Yes, and thankfully, that's what the trailer is talking about. The trailer of Bala has found its way to the internet, completely leaving us in splits.
Time to hear Baal ki kahani Bala ki zubaani. The trailer talks about about the problem of premature balding and how it is difficult to find love for a man who is facing this issue and well, in this case, it Ayushmann Khurrana aka Bala who hits it again with this quirky content. While Bhumi and Yami add a lot of conviction. They both do a fantastic job in their respective space.
In the trailer, Bala's the one and the only concern that is haunting him is his hair loss. Since childhood he takes a lot of pride in his voluminous, lustrous hair, however, little did he know that one day he would be suffering from premature balding. He tries to cope up with the situation. From applying cow dung on his hair to egg whites, Bala follows every bizarre advice that comes his way to grow them back, enter hair wig. After his friend's suggestion, Bala opts for a fake hair wig to woo his ladylove/ wife which is played by Yami who is unaware of his balding issue. Watch the trailer below:
The film is directed by Amar Kaushik and it was earlier expected to release on November 22, clashing it with Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria, Riteish Deshmukh's Marjaavaan. However, just a while ago, Bhushan Kumar shifted the film to November 15 and Bala would be releasing on November 7 along with Sunny Singh's Ujda Chaman which will be releasing on November 8. This film is all based on similar lines and we wonder what will be the outcome of these films.
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