Sushant Singh Rajput and Jacqueline Fernandez’s Drive trailer has been dropped online a few minutes ago on Netflix India channel and going by trailer it will ‘drive’ you crazy. (Sorry, pun intended) From the word go, the trailer gives out a lot Fast and Furious and Dhoom vibes, if you don’t believe us then watch the trailer below. When the makers released the first song Makhana, it not only got us all grooving, we also loved the amazing picturisation of the song. Well, the trailer is no less at all. It looks classy and full of speed as it includes loads of cars.
In the trailer, Jacqueline and her friends are seen running a car racing business where Sushant Singh plays a test driver in the movie. However, all 4 eventually team up for a high-end heist. 4 chors plan for 1 robbery which will be of 300kgs of gold that sets a manhunt in motion for an infamous 'King'. An undercover agent which is played by Boman Irani infiltrates a street racing gang who is chasing the King. Watch the trailer below:
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Now the question is will their plan be well executed? Will this King be found? Will Boman Irani find them all? Well, these questions are something that will be answered when the film hits the OTT platform which is November 1 on Netflix. Drive, features Jacqueline Fernandes and Sushant Singh Rajput and is directed by Tarun Mansukhani and produced by Karan Johar.
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Drive was supposed to have a theatrical release but due to low buzz around the movie and due to Sushant’s nude scene in the film, the makers have decided to release the film on Netflix. After Makhana, the makers have also released another song, titled, Karma.
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