'Mastaney' movie trailer review: Tarsem Jassar Promises an Inspiring Saga of Valor and Sacrifice
The Punjabi film industry recently witnessed a wave of excitement and anticipation as the much-awaited trailer of 'Mastaney' hit the theaters. With its perfect blend of excitement, action, and drama, the trailer left the audience in awe, setting high expectations for what promises to be a blockbuster extravaganza.
'Mastaney' boasts an impressive cast that includes popular actors Tarsem Jassar and Simi Chahal in the lead roles. Along with the lead pair are talented actors such as Gurpreet Ghuggi, Karamjit Anmol, Rahul Dev, Honey Mattu, Avtar Gill, Baninder Bunny, Arif Zakaria, and many others, all set to play pivotal roles in the movie.
The 'Mastaney' trailer has set a new benchmark for the Punjabi film industry. Packed with power and inspiration, the short clip manages to give viewers chills and goosebumps. The captivating scenes promise to touch the hearts of every Punjabi with their depiction of patriotism, valor, fearlessness, and the indomitable spirit of the martyrs.
Inspired by legends from Punjab's history, 'Mastaney' weaves a captivating narrative around an epic story from the 18th century. The film is set during Nader Shah's invasion of Delhi, where his undefeated army faces off against the fearless Sikh warriors. Through this historical backdrop, the movie promises to portray a beautiful concoction of bravery, patriotism, and the unyielding spirit of the Sikh warriors.
'Mastaney' is a product of collaboration between Vehli Janta Films and Omjee Cine World, known for their quality productions. The film has been skillfully directed by renowned Punjabi director Sharan Art, who brings his expertise to recreate the glory of the rise of the Sikh Empire.
'Mastaney' is all set to hit the cinemas on 25th August 2023. As the release date draws near, fans and cinema enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the grand unveiling of this period drama, eager to witness the heroic tale of lionhearted warriors and their unwavering dedication to their homeland.
- PTC PUNJABI