Cirkus Teaser: Rohit Shetty introduces ‘Circus’ family

The teaser of his upcoming film Cirkus has been released which has been well received by fans and celebrities.

Jalpana Mohanty
Jalpana Mohanty

Rohit Shetty Film Cirkus Teaser: Rohit Shetty, famous for making comedy films, is once again ready to tickle the audience. Rohit Shetty is bringing ‘Cirkus’ along with many veteran actors including Ranveer Singh, and Pooja Hegde. Producer-director Rohit Shetty has shared the teaser of the film. This short video features Ranveer Singh and his fictional mad family. The teaser has well received by the fans and celebrity friends of Rohit Shetty.

Cirkus Teaser appreciated by the fans

Barring a few recent releases at the box office, the rest of the films this year did not perform well. It can be said that the first half of the year 2022 was not very good for Bollywood, but many films performed well in the second half. Meanwhile, Rohit Shetty who has made comedy films like ‘Chennai Express and Golmaal series, is present with the film ‘Cirkus’ for the entertainment of the audience. Shetty has shared the teaser of the film, in which all the characters introduced in a fun way. The curiosity of the users increased after watching the video. Many fans said that they cannot wait for the release of this film. Ranveer will be seen in a double role.

‘Cirkus’ will release on December 23. The story of the film is written by Yunus Sajawal. In this, comedy will be seen in Ranveer Singh’s double role. Apart from them Pooja Hegde, Varun Sharma, Johnny Liver, and Sanjay Mishra are also ready to enthrall the audience with their comedy and acting. Rohit Shetty is both the director and producer of the film.’ Cirkus’ is a remake of ‘Angoor’. ‘Cirkus’ is a remake of the 1982 film ‘Angoor’. But the film ‘Angoor’ itself was a remake of the 1968 film ‘Do Dooni Chair. The film Do Dooni Chaar was a remake of the 1963 Bengali film Bhranti Bilas, while the story of the Bengali film was based on Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar’s 1869 play and Vidyasagar adapted the story of the play from William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors. Took it from

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