Raju Murugan’s latest outing Gypsy is touted to be a romantic musical, starring Jiiva as Gypsy and Natasha Singh as Waheeda in the lead roles. The film revolves around a boy (Gypsy), who lives a nomadic lifestyle. The film talks about how religion plays an imperative role in Politics. Today (July 9, 2020) ZEE5 has dropped the trailer online and we can’t wait to watch the film to find out what does it have in store for us.
Watch the trailer of Gypsy here:
Gypsy will make its digital premiere on July 17, 2020. To see what happens when Gypsy develops feelings for a girl (Waheeda), who comes from a conservative Muslim family, you need to watch the film on ZEE5. While it will only release next week, here are five moments from the trailer of Gypsy that will leave you intrigued. Take a look!
Highlights of the trailer of Gypsy:
Jiiva plays the role of a singer in the film. His character Gypsy lives a nomadic lifestyle; travels around the country with his performing white horse, Che, and stays in different places to earn a living.
The happy-go-lucky Gypsy (Jiiva) meets Waheeda (Natasha), a girl from a conservative Muslim family.
The politicians utilise religion in order to gain personal goals. Gypsy showcases the ugly game played by the politicians who selfishly benefit themselves.
What happens when Gypsy and Waheeda get separated due to the ongoing communal riots?
Gypsy finds himself in trouble when he casually moves to Kanyakumari. What happens to this boy, who does not belong to a particular religion, language, or caste.
Set against the backdrop of targeted violence against the Muslims, Gypsy also stars Lal Jose, Sunny Wayne, Susheela Raman in the supporting roles. The film is produced by Ambeth Kumar while the music has been scored by Santhosh Narayanan. Stay tuned to this space for more updates on your favourite actors from the television and film industry!
Also, if you are a fan of Jiiva, you can check out the actor’s film Thirunaal, currently streaming on ZEE5.
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