Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor With Happy-Go-Lucky Couple Kiara Advani, Diljit Dosanjh in Movie Good Newwz Second Trailer:
Good Newwz Trailer 2.0: Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor, Kiara Advani and Diljit Dosanjh's mind-blowing story of pregnancy
The second trailer of Good Newwz got from where it halted last time. Along these lines, Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor play a couple, who are attempting to consider their first kid through IVF (In vitro fertilization). Kiara Advani and Diljit Dosanjh depict the job of a marginally more youthful couple, who also choose IVF. Both the couples head to a similar emergency clinic, which flips around their lives. Attributable to their comparable surnames - Batras - the medical clinic specialists mistake the sperm and now, Kareena Kapoor is pregnant with Diljit Dosanjh's child and Kiara Advani with Akshay Kumar's. For what reason do you think Akshay Kumar tweeted this while sharing the trailer: "Conveying an influx of chuckling before the fun releases! It is safe to say that you are prepared to deal with the Batras?!"
The trailer starts with Akshay Kumar asking Kareena Kapoor to reevaluate her choice of having a child as she obviously seems awkward about the entire sperm misunderstanding. At that point, she chooses to sign an agreement with the other Batra couple around a couple of rules and guidelines. Then, Diljit and Kiara, who play a joyful couple, can hardly wait for their infant to turn into a rapper like Honey Singh or a competitor like Milkha Singh. As they continually pursue Kareena and solicit her to take care of the infant well, she gives off an impression of being wrecked thus does her onscreen spouse Akshay, who at one point says he needs to punch Diljit.
They call each other "insane" and "garbage" in their rollercoaster ride through pregnancy.
Watch the second trailer of Good Newwz here:
Good Newwz Movie releases on December 27, Directed by Raj Mehta, Starrer Akshay, Kareena, Diljit and Kiara.
Pic courtesy: A still from the Good Newwz trailer (courtesy YouTube)
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