First trailer of Ranbir Kapoor's Besharam unveiled

Ranbirkapoor-besharamBesharam brings the Kapoor family Ranbir and his parents Rishi Kapoor and Neetu onscreen.

After having played multi faceted characters in Barfi, Rockstar and the very recent Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Bollywood's emerging superstar Ranbir Kapoor is now a Besharam.

Ranbir Kapoor, who plays a street smart mechanic Babli in the movie, is surely going to win many a hearts with his performance.

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The movie is full of filmy dialogues and Ranbir's accent is the icing on the cake.

Ranbir Kapoor will be seen as a middle-class boy, his first out-and-out vagabond, commercial role in Besharam. "I don't think I am pitching him as anti-hero. It is a very messy role something which Ranbir has not done yet. He took his own time to say yes to the film. Through my films, I try to make people laugh. The film will entertain even those people who are not educated and those educated," film's director Abhinav Kashyap said at the film's first trailer launch.

Besharam brings the Kapoor family Ranbir and his parents Rishi Kapoor and Neetu -- together on the screen for the first time.

"When I cast Ranbir Kapoor, I was looking for an elderly cop's role. While talking to Ranbir, I realised that Rishi sir has not yet done a cop's character and that's how I decided to cast Rishiji. And then I thought lets cast Neetuji also as the three has not worked together earlier. Both of them were easily convinced to do the film," Abhinav said.

Plus 'Chulbul' is also making a comeback on the silver screen in the form of Rishi Kapoor, who plays a cop.

And director Abhinav Kashyap's love for his chulbul is also reflective in a dialogue where Ranbir tells Rishi Kapoor: Sirf naam rakhney se koi Chulbul nahin ho jaata motey.

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