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Hoichoi Unlimited trailer: More confusion, less comedy 


Perhaps, the director did not want to reveal much about the storyline; however, the snippet views at times make the trailer harder to watch it thoroughly.

Roushni Sarkar

The trailer of Aniket Chatttopadhyay’s upcoming comedy Hoichoi Unlimited is out. A lot goes on in the trailer, not giving a comprehensive gist of the film. The trailer largely seems to be a compilation of several moments from the film.

The trailer begins with an announcement that a twist has occurred in the hijack of an aircraft from Kolkata to Mumbai. Next, Dev’s character is seen attempting suicide from the terrace of a high rise, while his comrades (Saswata Chatterjee, Kharaj Mukherjee and Arna Mukhopadhyay) are already hanging from it, much like the end scene of Hindi film No Entry (2005).

All the characters threaten their closed ones of death, when Rajatabha Dutta as a priest advises them to “have their life serviced”.

The four partners in crime then decide to travel to Uzbekistan. The trailer offers a few comic moments on Kharaj Mukherjee’s weird name and confusion over his ‘two wives’. All of them are intimidated by their wives. Dev’s wife (Koushani Mukherjee) who is the daughter of a rich business tycoon declares that her father has decided to get her married again to someone else and he is not allowed in her home anymore.  

While he enjoys life with a beautiful girl from the foreign country, the wives meet, conspire against them and propose to engage a private detective to catch their husbands. On the other hand, their husbands take up the guise of terrorists and get into a flight while an announcement of a terrorist attack goes live. This puts the wives in a fix as the news seems to ruin their plan of investigating into their respective husbands’ vacation.

Perhaps, the director did not want to reveal much about the storyline; however, the snippet views at times make the trailer harder to watch it thoroughly. Though it says unlimited fun, the trailer the film seems to offer more confusion than anything else.

Hoichoi Unlimited is slated to be released on 12 October.

Watch the trailer below:

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