First trailer of Boss out | BySweta Kaushal, New Delhi
Aug 27, 2013 04:44 PM IST

The first trailer of Akshay Kumar-starrer Boss is out and is getting mixed reactions from people online. Have you watched it? Is Akshay Kumar back with a bang? VOTE HERE

The first trailer of Akshay Kumar-starrer Boss is out.

Director Anthony D'Souza has helmed the action-comedy. Before Boss, D'Souza has directed Blue in 2009.

Boss also stars Aditi Rao Hydari, Ronit Roy, Sonakshi Sinha, Mithun Chakraborty, Shiv Pandit, Danny Denzongpa, Johnny Leverm, Parikshit Sahni and Prabhu Deva.

Akshay Kumar apparently essays the role of a gangster while Mithun plays his father. Tweeple are showering praises on Ronit Roy's appearance as a police officer just minutes after the trailer was launched.

Ronit Roy, indeed is one of the few things that registers on our mind in this otherwise completely average trailer. Mithun Chakraborty, too, makes his mark in his few seconds' presence in the trailer.

Akshay Kumar, however, did not impress us. His actions are reminiscent of Rowdy Rathore, only less rowdy, hence losing the Boss-ism.


Are you impressed with the trailer? Do you like Akshay Kumar in this avatar? VOTE HERE

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nargis now: i have mixed thoughts about the boss trailer... :/

Haider Afridi : Not much impressed with The BOSS Trailer

mental SAWAN CHALISE : Watched the trailer of #BOSS mast action...... But, that haryanvi accent is ewwww..... #BossIsHere

Yash : #Boss trailer is ordinary. Comic timing of Akshay is spot on, but action looks over the top, and story seen many times before.

Navjot Gulati : … Ok. Have to say that this BOSS trailer is not bad. Considering the LOW benchmarks set for this genre! Looks Jhelable!

Akhil-BOSS : #Boss trailer out.......todu fAAdooo full dhamaaal trailer......

You-Know-Who ?@BOLLYWOULD: Todu-Phodu!!

@AngrySRKfan: BOSS's trailer and poster reminds me of Khiladi786, hope the film does not remind me the same.!

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    Sweta Kaushal has 13 years of experience covering Bollywood and regional movies, TV shows, national current affairs and social issues.

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