Today, the much-anticipated trailer for Rakshit Shetty’s 777 Charlie released. Earlier, the actor resorted to social media to reveal a new poster announcing that the trailer will release in all South languages, including Hindi, on May 16 at 12:22 PM.
Moreover, the film is directed by Kiranraj K and centred around a dog and their amazing friendship.
Watch the trailer of 777 Charlie here!
Rakshit posted a new poster on social media and put a captions, “Miles covered together; only a few more steps remain! Moreover, we’re excited to announce the date when we’ll show you a glimpse of what we’ve created. On May 16th, at 12:12 PM, #777CharlieTrailer will release. #777Charlie.”
The trailer’s links are now on social media by the team. “Our years of adventure are cobbled into a little fragment for you,” Rakshit Shetty wrote on Instagram. This is just a taste of what the 10th of June will deliver; we hope you enjoy it.”
Watch the trailer in Telugu here:
The trailer teases the plot by showing Dharma, who lives alone and is abandoned by his neighbours, developing a special attachment with a pet named Charlie. He even takes his pet to Kashmir, where some unfortunate events occur. The teaser has undoubtedly raised moviegoers’ expectations.
777 Charlie is about an arrogant, unapproachable man with name Dharma. He works in a manufacturing factory and is lonely and lead a dull life. Additionally, his life turns upside down by an excited puppy known as Charlie.
Also read: 5 Movies of Shah Rukh Khan!
The uplifting adventure comedy-drama, which originally launched in Kannada, will released in Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu as well. UFO Movies has signed up to distribute 777 Charlie in Hindi throughout India. Moreover, the film is by actor Prithviraj Sukumaran for release in Malayalam, while Karthik Subbaraj will distribute the Tamil version and Rana Daggubati will distribute the Telugu version.
Additionally, the film will release theatrically in Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Hindi on June 10.
Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram!