Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Monsoon Shootout trailer lets you decide how story plays out

Updated: 28 November, 2017 17:35 IST | Mohar Basu | Mumbai

In a first for a Bollywood film, Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Monsoon Shootout trailer lets audience decide how story plays out

Have you ever been disappointed with the way a film unfolded; convinced that it would have been more appealing had the protagonist dealt with a situation differently? The trailer of Nawazuddin Siddiqui's next allows you to have your way with the developments. A concept common in novels, Siddiqui's Monsoon Shootout will let viewers decide how the protagonist, played by Vijay Verma, responds in a crucial situation in the film. The trailer will then progress in one of two ways that the viewer decides.

Vijay Verma
Vijay Verma

The film chronicles the struggle of a rookie cop who finds himself in a testing situation. Producer Guneet Monga confirms the development. "The film's story and narrative is at odds with what the audiences have seen till date. The central character, played by Vijay, gets only a few moments to decide whether he should shoot a criminal suspect, or not. It intends to highlight how people's choices define their lives. This is the first time ever that the audience will get to choose what they want to see when the trailer releases this week," Monga says.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui in stills from the film
Nawazuddin Siddiqui in stills from the film

The trailer, Monga adds, will stop at a crucial junction, and the viewer will decide whether Verma takes the shot, or not. While Amit Kumar's film will be a single narrative, the two trailers will highlight how the developments are distinctly perceived by the protagonist and the antagonist.

First Published: 28 November, 2017 17:32 IST

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