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Selfiee Trailer: Akshay Kumar and Emraan Hashmi will show you fight between a Superstar and his biggest fan

Selfiee Trailer: The trailer for Selfie, starring Akshay Kumar and Emraan Hashmi, has been released. The 3-minute-long movie, directed by Raj Mehta, begins with Vijay, a superstar (played by Akshay), performing some high-octane stunts, while Emraan introduces him as Vijay, superstar in the background. In the scene that follows, Emraan, who plays a police officer in the film, introduces himself as Akshay’s dedicated fan. He expresses his wish to meet Akshay and take a selfie with him in the teaser. He attempts to assist his idol by obtaining a driver’s licence for him, but things go wrong owing to a misunderstanding.

Selfiee Trailer is filled with action, drama, and powerful dialogues

Akshay Kumar humiliates Emraan Hashmi in front of his child in the trailer, leaving them devastated. The movie is about what happens next. The trailer for Selfiee promises action, drama, and compelling lines like “Aise fans ki wajah se hi hum zinda hain warna hum toh pata nahi kabke…” & “Vijay sir ki ladai unke sabse bade fan se hain. Ab tera hero jeetega mere hero se.”

 

In the teaser, Nushratt Bharuccha appears as Emraan Hashmi’s wife, while Diana Penty appears as Akshay Kumar’s better half. Near the end of the video, Akshay and Emraan dance to the remake version of Main Khiladi Tu Anari. The original music is from the 1994 film of the same name. It starred Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan, and Shilpa Shetty. Akshay Kumar captioned the trailer on Instagram, “Iss kahaani ka villain toh pata nahi par hero #Selfiee hai!” Watch the #SelfieeTrailer now. #Selfiee will be released exclusively in theatres on February 24th.”

 

 

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