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Karan announces the teaser release date of ‘Kill’

Karan Johar

took to his social media platform and announced the upcoming release of the teaser for his upcoming film ‘


‘, set to debut tomorrow. Featuring



Raghav Juyal

, the movie promises to redefine action cinema with its intense portrayal of bloodshed. Scheduled for a theatrical premiere on July 5, 2024, the film has garnered significant attention.

While glimpses of Lakshya’s character have been unveiled, Raghav’s appearance remains wrapped in secrecy. Notably, acclaimed filmmaker

Anurag Kashyap

, having witnessed the film at a prestigious international film festival, has endorsed it as a groundbreaking entry into Hindi cinema.
Karan Johar unveiled a sneak peek clip providing a compelling glimpse into the forthcoming teaser of ‘Kill’. Impressed as the epitome of brutality, the teaser hints at a cinematic experience characterised by visceral violence, intense action sequences, and an atmosphere charged with blood and sweat.

While sharing the clip, Karan wrote, “Prepare for the bloodiest ride of your life!

#KILL – TEASER OUT TOMORROW..India theatrical release 5th July, 2024.”

In a previous interview, Anurag Kashyap remarked that, to date, no Bollywood film, even those featuring A-list stars, has achieved the level of action showcased in ‘Kill’. He expressed confidence in the film’s potential to captivate audiences and become a sensation upon its release. Kashyap emphasised the exceptional quality of the film, suggesting that its impact exceeds expectations, making it a standout in Hindi cinema.
‘Kill’ is directed by Nikhil Nagesh Bhat and is jointly produced by Karan Johar and

Guneet Monga