Blind trailer: The trailer for the highly anticipated thriller “Blind” unveils Sonam Kapoor in a captivating new avatar as a blind detective. After a four-year hiatus, Sonam Kapoor returns to the silver screen with a powerful performance, portraying the role of a visually-impaired officer determined to hunt down a cunning serial killer.
Blind trailer is Out:
After a gap of four years since her last leading role in the romantic comedy “The Zoya Factor” alongside Dulquer Salmaan, Sonam Kapoor is all set to captivate audiences with her upcoming film “Blind.” In this police procedural thriller, she portrays the character of a visually-impaired officer determined to track down a relentless serial killer. The recently released teaser showcases Sonam’s character defying her disability and showcasing her tenacity in the pursuit of justice. Although the glimpses of the killer are fleeting, their intensity is palpable.
“Blind” is an adaptation of the eponymous 2011 Korean film and features a talented ensemble cast including Purab Kohli, Vinay Pathak, and Lillete Dubey. The film was extensively shot in Glasgow, Scotland and is scheduled to premiere on Jio Cinema on July 7, offering viewers an enthralling cinematic experience.
During her hiatus, Sonam Kapoor temporarily shifted to London amidst the initial wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. While she made a cameo appearance in Vikramaditya Motwane’s 2020 thriller “AK vs AK,” which starred her father Anil Kapoor, brother Harshvardhan Kapoor, and filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, “Blind” marks her full-fledged return to the silver screen.
Adding to her exciting endeavors, Sonam Kapoor has been invited to attend a reception at 10 Downing Street, the official residence and office of UK Prime Minister Rishi Saunak, as part of the India Global Forum’s flagship event, UK-India Week. This prestigious gathering, taking place in London from June 26th to June 30th, celebrates India’s profound cultural influence across the globe. Sonam Kapoor will grace the event on Wednesday, sharing her insightful thoughts on India’s immense impact on global culture.