The Forgotten Army Trailer Out: Kabir Khan's 'Forgotten Army' is ready, watch the second bang trailer

Publish Date: Wed, 08 Jan 2020 09:25 AM (IST)

New Delhi The Forgotten Army Trailer: The second trailer of director Kabir Khan's upcoming web series 'Forgotten Army' has been released today. Fans were eagerly waiting for this trailer of a web series made in a budget of about 150 crores. Earlier trailer had some glimpses about the web series. The trailer is very lively and the battle scenes influence.

The Forgotten Army is about the Azad Hind Fauj. The story of Jung from the British rule features Sunny Kaushal and Shabari in the lead roles. Viewers have high hopes from this web series of Amazon. This is a digital debut for Kabir Khan. The trailer reveals that Kabir Khan has worked hard to film the battle scenes. Some scenes may seem inspired by war films, but the way Kabir has filmed them is interesting.

Before this, Kabir Khan has made many big budget films, which has liked the audience. At the same time, the story of 'The Forgotten Army' is an old relationship of Kabir Khan. In 1999, when Kabir Khan made his first documentary film as a director, his name was 'The Forgotten Army'. The visual effects have been put to good use in the trailer of this big budget web series.


Earlier, the information about this trailer release was given by Amazon Prime Video by tweeting from its official Twitter account. On 6 January, Amazon released a motion poster and wrote, 'That fight is just for freedom. Tomorrow the trailer of Forgotten Army '.

The story of 'The Forgotten Army' is about a battle before independence. It will show the story of an army who fought for the freedom of the country. Earlier, the documentary of Kabir's documentary was based on Azad Hind Fauj. It remains to be seen how much buzz this trailer creates. The web series is being released on January 24, on the occasion of Republic Day. Kabir Khan will also release 83 films this year, which is based on India's first Cricket World Cup victory in 1983.

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