Jan 222018

As we inch closer to the release date of ‘Black Panther’, Marvel and superhero fans are finding it difficult to contain their excitement. And this wait is getting tougher with each passing day as Marvel is busy bombarding us with teasers, TV spots and trailers.  

Check Out The Hindi Trailer Of Chadwick Boseman's 'Black Panther'© Marvel Studios

With just a few days left for the movie to hit the theatres, Marvel has dropped a Hindi trailer that is sure to make you shout ‘Ab aayega mazaa’, while sitting in front of your screens watching the video. The trailer begins with a voiceover talking about aliens and other mystical creatures and how something like this has never been seen before. And that’s when our beloved Chadwick Boseman comes on screen and brings along with him some kickass action, a glimpse of which we have already seen in previous trailers and teasers.  

Check Out The Hindi Trailer Of Chadwick Boseman's 'Black Panther'© Marvel Studios

This trailer might crack you up, especially in parts where you hear dialogues like ‘Ghar aa gaya’, ‘Beta, ab waqt tumhara hai’ and ‘Wakanda Zindabad’; but the video manages to retain the original essence and the background music and killer action is sure to keep you hooked to it. 

Having said that, did you know that this ‘Black Panther’ is connected to Bollywood’s biggest blockbuster franchise, ‘Baahubali’? No, you won’t spot Katappa killing Baahubali, neither will you see the great Mahishmati kingdom popping out of nowhere. Well, the catch is this – Marvel Studios roped in ‘Baahubali’ writer and lyricist Manoj Muntashir to pen the dialogues for the Hindi version. Honestly, we would love to watch T’Challa and Eric Killmonger discuss why Katappa killed Baahubali, but that’s not going to happen. 

Check Out The Hindi Trailer Of Chadwick Boseman's 'Black Panther'© Arka Media Works

Directed by Ryan Coogler, ‘Black Panther’ talks about the life and struggles of T’Challa, after he becomes the king of Wakanda post his father’s death. ‘Black Panther’ is expected to release on February 16.

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