Aankh Micholi Trailer: Mrunal Thakur and Abhimanyu Dassani leave us excited for their madcap family comedy; watch

    Mrunal Thakur and Abhimanyu Dassani are all set to have an ‘eye’-conic wedding on 27th October in Aankh Micholi

    <p>Aankh Micholi</p>

    The gorgeous Mrunal Thakur has proven time and again that she is an extremely versatile actress. Actor Abhimanyu Dassani, on the other hand, tasted success and left a lasting impact on us with his debut film Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota and then with Meenakshi Sundareshwar. Well, ace filmmaker Umesh Shukla is now bringing the two together as a fresh on-screen jodi in Aankh Micholi. The trailer is now out and much like his last directorials such as OMG – Oh My God! and 102 Not Out, this one promises to tickle your funny bone.

    The 2 minutes 48 seconds trailer begins with a brief introduction of Mrunal aka Paro and her crazy family– her forgetful father Navjot played by Paresh Rawal, Sharman Joshi aka Yuvraj who is deaf and Harbhajan portrayed by Abhishek Banerjee, who stutters. Paro’s family wants to get her married but they give their all to hide her biggest secret– she suffers from night blindness. In comes Abhimanyu as the super hot Rohit Patel, a prospective groom for Paro. There is also Vijay Raaz and Divya Dutta, winning us over with their limited but impactful screen time.

    Aankh Micholi promises to be a fun rollercoaster ride which will leave us entertained. It’s a madcap family comedy with a splash of romance, and we can’t wait to see it when it arrives in theatres on 27th October. Neither can fans! In the comment section below, several netizens have given Aankh Micholi a thumbs up. One social media user shared, “I came here randomly but now am full of expectations, excited to see this one Now”, whereas another comment read: “Trailer dekh ke hansi control Nahin ho rahi yaar, yeh EK remarkable comedy movie dikh rahi Hai ❤.” A third excited and impressed fan wrote: “Mujhe koi Ummed nhi Thi Trailer se ...But The trailer is So Funny 😂😂😂😂😂Great Trailer.”

    What did you think of Mrunal and Abhimanyu’s Aankh Micholi?