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There are aged people, afterwards there are aged people. In a recently expelled trailer of 102 Not Out, Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor try a dual vastly opposite sides of being in a final leg of your life. Helmed by Umesh Shukla, this surprising father-son story seems to be a quirky, side-splitting comedy.
“Meet Mr Won Chung…. from China,” says Amitabh in a particular Gujarati accent in a commencement of a 3 notation prolonged clip. And that is how he manages to squeeze all your courtesy right from a get-go. He goes on to tell that this Chinese male binds a record for carrying lived a longest and how he wants to mangle it, and yes, he has ‘only’ 16 years some-more to go. While Kapoor plays a male who has come to terms with his 75-year-old self, his father Amitabh is a 102 oldie still immature during heart.
From Amitabh perplexing to acknowledge his son to an old-age home to coercing him to write a adore minute to his wife, 102 Not Out truly stands out as a ‘Ageless Family Comedy’. While many of a trailer follows a comic rapport between this surprising father-son duo, towards a latter partial of a trailer, there comes an romantic stage where a desolated Rishi is walking towards a church. He seems to be recalling a life lessons that Amitabh once gave him about children and a ignorance of childhood. Does this spirit during a genocide of Bachchan’s character? We will usually know when a film hits a theatres on May 4.
Considering Big B’s shining performances in identical roles in Shoojit Sircar’s Piku and R Balki’s Paa, we are certain that once again, he will leave a audiences in astonishment of his evergreen craft.
Check out some-more stills from a trailer:
102 Not Out is an instrumentation of a Gujarati play by Saumya Joshi that goes by a same name. While Shukla who formerly helmed a Akshay Kumar starrer Oh My God! leads this giggle riot, Joshi has been credited as a writer.