Dobaaraa, a much-anticipated new-age thriller starring Taapsee Pannu, is scheduled to open in theatres on August 19, 2022. The movie, which was directed by Anurag Kashyap and was financed by Ektaa Kapoor, has already been to a number of film festivals, such as the London Film Festival and the Fantasia Film Festival 2022. Dobaaraa is now scheduled to premiere at the renowned Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2022, which will start on August 12 and run through August 30.
The new-age thriller “Dobaaraa” by Ektaa R. Kapoor reunites Taapsee Pannu with a stellar cast of the very finest producers, actors, and directors. Ektaa R Kapoor brings together an excellent team of Tapsee Pannu and Anurag Kashyap after Manmarziyaan, Tapsee Pannu, and Sunir Kheterpal after Badla, and Tapsee Pannu and Pavail Gulati after “Thappad,” much like the name of the movie, “Dobaaraa.”
Taapsee’s film is full of mystery and thrillers. Taapsee is seen in a unique style in the trailer of the film. Anurag Kashyap is directing this film. Ekta Kapoor is producing ‘Dobaara’. In ‘Dobaara’, the fans will experience the new age thriller. The story of the film revolves around Taapsee who gets a chance to save the life of a 12-year-old boy. The film is a Hindi remake of the Spanish film Miraj. With this, the mystery of the film’s title DoBaara has also been solved.
The time of the launch of the trailer as well as the premiere of Taapsee Pannu in Dobaara has been made public. The movie’s first look poster features Taapsee Pannu, who exudes confidence and boldness. At 2:12 pm, the film’s trailer will be made available on YouTube and Cult Movies’ social media accounts.
Dobaaraa is the first movie released by Balaji Motion Pictures’ new Cult Movies division, which presents gripping, gritty, and genre-defying tales. Watch “Dobaaraa” on August 19, 2022, at a nearby theatre.
In the post, Taapsee is wearing glasses and a blue suit. A lady has the chance to save the life of a 12-year-old child who witnessed a death during a rainstorm that occurred 25 years ago by connecting through the television set during a comparable storm in the present.