Trailer Review: ‘Kill’ makes ‘Animal’ look like kindergarten

Bollywood PR expert Dale Bhagwagar reviews the trailer of ‘Kill’, offering insights from the perspectives of a critic, an analyst, a general viewer, and the public, while also assessing its business potential.

The trailer for the upcoming film ‘Kill’ has finally been released, and it promises an adrenaline-fueled, action-packed ride. The high-octane action sequences are undoubtedly praiseworthy. The storyline revolves around a pair of commandos facing off against an army of invading bandits during a train journey to New Delhi.


The trailer is intense, action-packed, and thrilling from start to finish. Its dark and gritty tone sets the stage for a realistic and punchy portrayal of events, leaving viewers on the edge of their seats.

Initial response and business prospects

Based on the trailer, ‘Kill’ is poised to attract a solid initial audience and increase its chances of commercial success, despite the gruesome violence depicted as a cat-and-mouse game. The film’s action sequences and suspenseful storyline are likely to resonate with fans of the thriller genre.

A race for violence?

While Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Animal’ was touted as the most violent film in Bollywood, the ‘Kill’ trailer seems like ‘Animal’ was mere child’s play in comparison to the brutality showcased in ‘Kill.’


‘Kill’ seems to have drawn some inspiration from various internationally acclaimed action films. It reminds us of the intense action sequences of the John Wick series, the martial arts sequences of the Indonesian film ‘The Raid,’ the action-packed train sequences of the South Korean film ‘Train to Busan,’ the dark tone of the Marvel superhero film ‘Ghost Rider,’ the realism of the American action film ‘The Crow,’ and the intense action sequences of the Australian film ‘Mad Max.’

Final take

If the trailer is any indication, audiences are in for a treat with ‘Kill.’ The film’s action sequences, dark tone, and gritty realism, reminiscent of popular action films, are sure to leave a lasting impression on viewers, setting new benchmarks for action thrillers in India.

Trailer Rating: ★★★★

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