Bandobast teaser: Suriya plays a master of disguises in action drama, also featuring Mohanlal, Arya, Boman Irani
Telugu actor Rana Daggubati congratulated Bandobast's team on the teaser and shared the video on social media
Bandobast's upcoming teaser is out and Tamil star Suriya plays a man on the loose, a master of disguises, and a man of mysteries. Mohanlal plays the Prime Minister in the film, gearing up for what he calls a "nasty political game." Andhra Pradesh politics is referred to in the teaser when it's stated that the state would turn into a desert while all focus is turned to making India a global super power.
Caste politics may also be an ongoing theme in Bandobast, since Nagineedu's character is seen reprimanding someone for speaking like a 'naxal.'
Telugu actor Rana Daggubati congratulated Bandobast's team on the teaser and shared the video on social media.
— Rana Daggubati (@RanaDaggubati) July 6, 2019
A KV Anand directorial, the film is slated to release in August. It also features Arya, Sayyesha Saigal, Boman Irani, Samuthirakani. Harris Jayaraj has scored music for the action-drama.
Produced by Lyca Productions's Subaskaran, Bandobast has been written by PKP and Sri Ramakrishna.
Watch the teaser here
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