Ram Pothineni unveils the trailer of Gopichand, Tamannaah Bhatia-starrer Seetimaarr

  • Ram Pothineni unveiled the trailer of Seetimaarr on Twitter
  • The film stars Gopichand and Tamannaah Bhatia in lead roles
  • Directed by Sampath Nandi, the film will hit the screens on 10 September 2021

The official trailer of Gopichand and Tamannaah Bhatia-starrer Seetimaarr has been unveiled by Ram Pothineni on his Twitter handle, today. Directed by Sampath Nandi, the sports drama also features Digangana Suryavanshi and Bhumika Chawla in pivotal roles.

While sharing trailer, Ram wrote, “@YoursGopichand & @tamannaahspeaks look Fantastic! A BIG Screen experience for sure! # Good luck @IamSampathNandi @srinivasaaoffl @SS_Screens @DiganganaS @bhumikachawlat @actorrahman #Manisharma @adityamusic (sic).”

Going by the trailer, Seetimaarr is a story of women athletes who gave their best to make the country proud. The story creates a bridge between the women athletes in the country and the audience. The trailer also shows has shots of the women kabaddi players working hard to improve their game.

Check out the trailer of Seetimaarr:

Earlier, the team of Seetimaarr had unveiled the first look posters of both Gopichand and Tamannah, which has received a positive response from fans. The film will see Gopichand and Tamannaah essay the roles of Kabaddi coaches. The sports drama also features Posani Krishna Murali, Rao Ramesh, Rehaman, and Tarun Arora. Produced by Srinivasa Chitturi under Srinivasaa Silver Screen, Seetimaarr has music by Mani Sharma. Cinematography is by Soundar Rajan. Editing is done by Thammiraju and art direction by Satyanarayana DY.

Seetimaarr is all set to hit theatres on the occasion of Vinayaka Chaviti, September 10, 2021. The film will clash with Naga Chaitanya and Sai Pallavi’s Love Story at the box-office.

On the work front, Gopichand currently working with director Maruthi’s Pakka Commercial. The project is bankrolled by UV Creations and GA2 Pictures. Raashi Khanna has been roped in to play the female lead in the film.

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