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Akshay Kumar and Rakul Preet to grove in Cuttputlli’s new song ‘Rabba’; Set to release tomorrow (WATCH)

The makers are now gearing up for the release of the next song named ‘Rabba.’ They have released the teaser.

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New Delhi: Akshay Kumar is all set to take on the journey as an investigative cop along with Rakul Preet Singh, Sargun Mehta, and Chandrachur Singh among others in his upcoming film, Cuttputlli that is set to release on September 2 on Disney+Hotstar. The trailer of the film was released on August 20.

Recently, the makers of the movie released their love anthem ‘Saathiya’ where both Akshay and Rakul Preet were seen romancing.

The makers are now gearing up for the release of the next song named ‘Rabba.’ They have released the teaser. It shows Akshay wearing all white suit and shoes while Rakul is seen in a red dress. The teaser is in the backdrop of the huge staircase of a vintage bungalow. 

Akshay Kumar shared the teaser with the caption, “Yeh paheli ka khel hai, jo bhi aayega ulajhta hi jayega!” The song will be released on August 30. The song is sang by Sukhwinder Singh.

Take a look at the teaser:

 

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The trailer was launched uniquely through a special Cuttputlli act by Akshay Kumar himself. The intriguing trailer shows serial killings taking place in Kasauli amidst the backdrop of nature while Akshay Kumar and his team are busy getting hold of the killer.

The audience loved the intriguing trailer and can’t wait for the release of the crime thriller. In a statement, Akshay Kumar stated, “Set once upon a time in Kasauli amidst the backdrop of nature’s beauty, the film unveils incidents of ugly killings. It’s filled with enthralling twists and turns. I play an underdog investigation officer, Arjan Sethi who is on a trail to catch the psychopath killer whose motives are unpredictable and unclear. Here, revenge is an illusion and the last act of the movie is unthinkable and will take you by total surprise – and that’s what makes it unique!”

As per ETimes, the movie is a Hindi remake of the 2018 Tamil film Ratsasan.

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