The highly impressive and much captivating trailer of the upcoming movie Kabir Singh is out. The trailer focuses on Kabir Singh, the protagonist. A person mocks at him that by being a druggist will he be really able to forget his love and that girl who is named Preeti. The love of Kabir Singh clearly has no boundaries and his passion to win his love make him unstoppable and even an angry mad man for many people. His chapter of Preeti is depicted to have perhaps being closed 6 months back still Kabir Singh chants the name of Preeti insanely and wildly.
The fervently glamorously love plot rises to that extent that Kabir gets really affected if anything wrong happens to Preeti. Kabir is teaching anatomy to Preeti in his beautifully glamorous way by drawing on her hand and that is how love blossoms in the two. The limitless love and bonding between the two can be witnessed by supportive hugs, lip kisses and so much so to lead the man to tears for the girl. The actor loves the way her lady breathes. The trailer adds the big confusion that what would have basically happened that such a handsome man turns out so angry that he asks her beloved to only call him if he is as desperate for him as he is for her. It proves true that love destructs and shatters a man. When Kabir is asked what would he do with this anger he replies strongly “Not a rebel without a cause”.
After the release of the first trailer, fans have taken to Twitter to share jokes and memes about his ‘rebel with a cause’ character, Shahid’s rugged look, ‘Nahi aunga matlab nahi aunga, bola na nahi aunga’ line.
At the trailer launch event of the film, Shahid said, “To me, watching a film like Kabir Singh will help understand that when you allow yourself to be affected by those things, it can take you on the path of destruction. It can warn you from going in that route. For people who might’ve been there, it can be therapeutic. Cinema acts as a medicine. If you see something you relate to, it helps you have catharsis of sorts.” The film is scheduled to be released on 21 June 2019.