Shah Rukh Khan's much awaited Raees trailer is here!

Nawazuddin Siddiqui vs Shah Rukh Khan face off is one of the things to look out for.

Shah Rukh Khan

In the end to the long awaited trailer, Raees official trailer is finally here!

However, less than 3 minute trailer of the movie has left us wanting for more and more from the movie.

In the trailer, Shah Rukh Khan begins with a bold monologue and an introduction to his character. Shah Rukh in and as Raees is a mafia don who is on the wrong side of the law and being edgy goes with the territory.

And then, Nawazuddin Siddiqui takes over the screen. The critically acclaimed actor is sharing screen space with superstar SRK for the first time and plays the role of a cop. His character of ACP Ghulam Patel looks a bit similar to the one in Kick, minus that weird smile.

One of the most awaited part of the movie is faceoff between King Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui and we cannot contain our bubbling excitement for this powerful duo's performance.

Slowly, we get to know about Raees’ life. His love life has beautiful Pakistani actor Mahira Khan, who lovingly calls him Battery. In a bid of "battery" we should remind you of a tweet by SRK two days back, where he shared a still in which he wore a hoodie, which read, “Don’t call me Battery”.

So, does Mahira and his anger towards the world have something to do with each other? Well, we have to wait to know more about that.

We see the 51-year-old actor falling in love with Mahira, and yes, they both have some dance numbers too. In the first of its kind, the hot and ravishing Sunny Leone has an item number with the King Khan in the film. The song is a revamped version of Laila Main Laila of yesteryears.

Last night he had shared the latest poster for the movie and had his fans going crazy about the much-awaited movie and also for the trailer.

You can check out the trailer here, or in the words of Shah Rukh Khan " Bola tha na maine. . . Lo aa gaya."

Raees, directed by Rahul Dholakia, was earlier scheduled to release on Eid, but because of clash with Salman Khan's Sultan, it was then scheduled for January 25 release. Delayed gratification at its best?

The film will clash with Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil in which the actor is essaying the role of a visually-impaired man along with Yami Gautam. Kaabil is directed by Sanjay Gupta.

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