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Sunny Deol vs Karan Kapadia’s crime thriller is nail biting!

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After the intriguing posters and the teaser of BLANK, the makers unveiled the trailer of the film in the presence of Sunny Deol, Karanvir Sharma, Ishita Dutta and many more.

The trailer of BLANK keeps us hooked right from the first shot, it shows a suicide bomber, played by Dimple Kapadia's nephew Karan Kapadia, who loses his memory because of an accident. Sunny Deol on the other hand is a dutyful police officer who chooses his duty over system's politics. Ishita Dutta and Karanvir Sharma play Intelligence Bureau officers.

The trailer opens with Sunny Deol saying, "Terrorism ka koi chehra nahi hota. Uska dharam sirf paisa. Aur humara dharm, duty. (There's no face to terrorism. It's religion is money and ours is duty)." So, the plot is – a Pakistani terrorist organisation, Tehreer Alhim, plans to bomb the city and sends a suicide bomber to execute it. The Intelligence Bureau follows the suicide bomber but before the police can arrest him, he meets with an accident resulting in him losing his memory. While the bomb is attached to his body, the bomber is clueless (or pretends to be) about it. He is BLANK.

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The bomb is capable of taking 1000-1500 lives and therefore the system wants to get rid of it. But the catch is the suicide bomber's heart beat is the bomb's battery. The moment he dies, the bomb blasts. There's a pressure on the police officer (Sunny Deol) to kill the bomber. Sunny Deol, on the other hand, is adamant on knowing what is there in the bomber's mind.

Sunny Deol is back with his one liners and punches while Karan Kapadia who makes his debut is seen essaying a grey shade. With loads of intense moments and a topic that is extremely relevant in today’s time talks about terrorism and how the team combats it sums up the trailer.

Needless to say Sunny Deol on screen is as powerful as we all have seen him earlier, what caught our eyes is Karan Kapadia’s flawless look and eyes which did most of the talking.

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BLANK is Directed by Behzad Khambata, the film will hit theatres on 3 May.

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