Saif Ali Khan’s next thriller ‘Baazaar’ finally gets a release date

After playing a dedicated police officer Sartaj Singh in Netflix’s Sacred Games, Saif excited the audience with his pictures as Naga Sadhu from the upcoming film Hunter and now, fans have one more reason to cherish. Saif Ali Khan’s stock market themed thriller, Baazaar, has finally got a release date. The makers of the film have now revealed the release date of the film. Nikkhil Advani from Emmay Entertainment took to Twitter to announce the release of the film. He wrote,““Baazaar chalu che!!!” Excited to announce our next inborn, in bred and in-house chokras step into the world. @gauravvkchawla you’re up!!! @EmmayEntertain @monishaadvani @madhubhojwani @KytaProductions @Viacom18Movies @BaazaarFilm #Oct26″

Earlier, the makers of the film had unveiled the poster of the film on his Twitter handle. The caption along with the poster read, “Money is everything and everything is money in this Baazaar! Here’s the official poster of @Baazaarfilm #BaazaarPoster (Yahan paisa bhagwaan nahin, par bhagwaan se kam bhi nahin)”

The film is helmed by Gauravv K Chawla, presented by Viacom 18 Motion pictures and KYTA Productions and produced by Emmay Entertainment. Reportedly, this is the first Indian film based on the rollercoaster drama of life and stock markets.

‘Baazaar’ features the charismatic Saif Ali Khan, Chitrangda Singh, Radhika Apte and Rohan Mehra who will be making his Bollywood debut with the film. Saif Ali Khan plays the role of rags to riches businessman and the ruler of the share baazaar. Based on the tireless financial and business capital of the country, the film is set against the backdrop of dreams, money, power and business.

Saif has been treating the fans with roles they would have never imagined him playing. Saif confessed having an urge to continuously experiment with his roles and not play safe. But he admitted that the average or low box office collections often make him question his own decisions. “There have been times when I felt that the audience might not want to watch me anymore. But as an actor, I don’t like to do similar-looking roles or films; I’m drawn towards darker, edgier scripts,” reported DNA.

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