Kartik Aaryan shines as boxer, soldier and wrestler in 'Chandu Champion' trailer

Gwalior, May 18 (IANS): The trailer of the 'Chandu Champion' starring Kartik Aaryan in the lead role was launched in his hometown Gwalior on Saturday.

The trailer promises a compelling sports drama as it tells the true story of the lead character Murlikant Petkar, essayed by Kartik, as he battles the odds to emerge victorious in the battle of life.

It begins with Kartik's character getting wounded in the India-Pakistan war of 1965 and slipping into coma for two years until one day he wakes up thinking that he has been captured by the enemies.

Thereon, the trailer plunges the narrative into the backstory as the viewers get to know more about Kartik's character, his childhood, his resilience, and his single-point focus as he excels in boxing, wrestling, and sprinting.

The background score in the trailer complements the visuals.

The trailer also features a war sequence that acts as clockwork to the larger narrative.

Kartik, who maintained a strict fitness regimen for the shoot, shines in different avatars in the trailer -- as a soldier, a boxer, and a wrestler.

The film produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and directed by Kabir Khan will hit the screens on June 14.



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