Kick is touted to be one of the most awaited films of 2014. Salman Khan knows how to charm his way into the hearts of the masses and the actor has managed to achieve the feat yet again with the freshly released trailer of his film Kick. Releasing on Eid, Salman Khan‘s Kick sees him as a guy with many faces, but the most important him being The Devil in the film.
Starring alongside Salman Khan is actor Randeep Hooda, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Jacqueline Fernandez.Kick is directed and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala who is Salman’s close friend. The film is a remake of a Telugu movie of the same name. The film also stars Mithun Chakraborty and Sumona Chakravarthy.
The screenplay for Kick has been written by author Chetan Bhagat who last wrote the screenplay for Salman Khan for his film Hello that was based on Chetan Bhagat‘s book One Night At The Call Centre.
Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra were considered for the role opposite Salman Khan before Jacqueline Fernandez. The trailer of Kick that was launched yesterday, June 15, 2014 manages to hold interest through gripping dialogues and showing Salman Khan who does everything in life simply to get a kick out of it.
The dialogues are fun and one can see that the bad guy is more than happy to be chased and called a baddie. One of the dialogue that will surely catch your attention is “Aap Devil Ke Peeche, Devil Aapke Peeche. Too Much Fun.”
Gaiety Cinema, the venue, which always marks a houseful board for the first week of any Salman Khan release, saw many fans waiting outside only to have a glimpse of Salman. The audience went gaga upon the trailer’s release and on public demand, the trailer was repeated three times, with each cheer getting louder.
On his name in the film Devil, Salman stated, “I’m named Devil because the role is naughty and mischievous.”
Salman also feels that if there is any one who can replace Zeenat Aman in Bollywood it’s Jacqueline Fernandez.
Kick went on floors in July last year in Scotland with Randeep Hooda and Jacqueline Fernandez. Salman couldn’t be a part of that schedule as his visa had got rejected. A cycle chase sequence was shot in Delhi with the action and the climax was shot in Poland early this year.
Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and distributed by UTV Motion Pictures, the film is slated for release on 25th July 2014.
Every Salman Khan fan knows that the superstar considers a train to be his lucky charm. He tries to include a scene involving the railway station or train in every film he does, be it Tere Naam, Wanted, Bodyguard, Dabangg, Ek Tha Tiger and now, Kick has some too!
At the trailer launch Salman Khan was on a high. Sajid Nadiadwala, who is leaving no stone unturned to make his directorial debut a slick, classy, action entertainer film. Going by the reaction of the crowed once they saw the trailer of Kick, on is sure that this one would be a huge money spinner at the Box Office.
Every stunt that one saw in the promo deserves a mention of its own. Be it Salman Khan jumping off a super tall tower dangling on a fire hose reel or walking in front of a moving train, or even the exciting bungee jumping act, all this is more makes you feel gasping for more and surely gives you a Kick.
When asked to elaborate on his role in Kick, Salman Khan had a strange answer to that and said, “This time I will not speak about the role in the film because if I do speak about my role in Kick, like in have done previously, then people make assumptions. So, it’s better I keep it under wraps. This time go and check it out for yourself what Kick and Devil is all about.”
Kick has been shot at exotic foreign locations and now Nadiadwala has roped in a nine-member international team to work on the post-production of the film. Fom Wanted in 2009, Salman has made Ramzan Eid his bastion, except last year, when he missed his date with this festival. But, this time around, he’s back where he belongs.
Salman Khan grew a moustache and beard for a crucial sequence in Kick. According to a source close to the development, Salman decided he didn’t want a paste-up job this time. He wanted to grow a beard for real.
This time Salman is going to make the audience sit on the edge of their seats with his dark avatar. Salman Khan’s Kick sees him as a character with many faces, but the most important him being The Devil in the film.
Salman Khan is seen wearing a mask which makes the film more interesting. Salman’s look in the mask has a mysterious look. There are reports that Salman is playing a grey character in the film. The mask also helps Salman to showcase his intense actions without revealing a lot.
Kick stars Salman Khan along with Jacqueline Fernandes, Randeep Hooda as a devoted cop and Nawazuddin Siddiqui in a negative role.The movie releasing this Eid, is certainly going to blow your mind with a perfect mix of power-packed action and a love story going on in the background.