Seeing Deepika and Ranveer dance along with numerous vitality and enthusiasm is unquestionably the USP of the trailer, observes Namrata Thakker.

After Simmba and Sooryavanshi, Ranveer Singh and Rohit Shetty are again with their third film collectively.

Cirkus, co-starring Pooja Hegde, Jacqueline Fernandez, Sanjay Mishra, Varun Sharma and Johnny Lever, seems to be like some other signature Rohit Shetty movie on floor. It has over-the-top drama, vibrant costumes, a great deal of naach-gaana and tacky comedy.


The trailer introduces us to Ranveer’s character who has a weird superpower — he can harness electrical energy.

That’s why he works within the circus, does stunts involving electrical energy and is called the ‘Electric Man’.

He has a doppelganger, however is unaware about till he lands himself in difficult conditions.


Varun Sharma has a double function too.

While these two actors are fairly comfy within the comedy style, I believed their attraction does not work on this one, at the least from what I noticed within the trailer.

Varun is refined compared to Ranveer, who appears to have gone overboard together with his facial expressions.

Story-wise, Cirkus looks like a senseless comedy, made only for the aim of leisure. There’s nothing intriguing in regards to the plot.


The 4 minute-long trailer begins off with a bang with Ranveer performing within the circus, falls flat within the center after which ends on a excessive notice once more due to Deepika Padukone’s look.

Pooja and Jacqueline have transient appearances within the trailer.

Sanjay Mishra and Johnny Lever attempt their greatest to raise the comedian component, however are let down by foolish jokes and punchlines.

What actually grabs the eye is Deepika’s dhamakedaar cameo.

Seeing her and Ranveer dance along with numerous vitality and enthusiasm is unquestionably the USP of the trailer.

Also, there’s yet one more fascinating twist on the finish, which Golmaal — on which Cirkus is predicated — followers would possibly love.

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