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“We Deliberately Made a Bad Trailer for Our Movie so that Nobody Comes to See It,” says Tiger Shroff at the Student of the Year 2’s Trailer Launch

By Team Rayon Updated: April 13, 2019 at 5:00 am 0 Comment

Actor Tiger Shroff, Tara Sutaria, and Ananya Panday revealed the first preview of their moderately-anticipated movie, a sequel to Karan Johar’s Student of the Year. Creatively titled Student of the Year 2, so that people don’t confuse it with  the first Student of the Year, the trailer received lukewarm response from the press gathered at the event and the Internet.

 

 

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“I have literally never wanted to NOT see a movie , just after seeing a trailer, this bad,” said AbRam Khan.

Much like the previous movie, Student of the Year 2 is about a trophy, some token female characters, and posing the question to the audience that are these school students, or college students? And can Tiger Shroff act in a movie where he doesn’t have to dance, or kick some dude in the face?

Seeing the response to the trailer, Tiger Shroff was quick to clarify the intention of the trailer. “We deliberately made a terrible trailer for the movie, so that nobody decides to come see it,” he said, smiling smugly.

Tiger’s clarification caused a stir amongst the gathered press, who then asked him to elaborate.

“We accidentally forgot to edit out a scene where you can make-out the difference between me and my stunt double,” said Tiger, “It was so embarrassing, nobody can see it.”

 

 

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Tiger then went on to reveal that this error made them come to the decision that nobody should see the movie. “We’re carrying forward the legacy of AliaBhatt, Varun Dhawan, and Rishi Kapoor. We can’t let them down like this.”

“We had a pretty bomb trailer for the movie, including a scene where Ir evil that I am Luke’s father, but now we have to show this trailer so that no sane person decides to check the movie out.”

Well. There you go. Finally an explanation for, what Times Magazine is calling, the ‘Worst Trailer in the History of Cinema and Humanity’.

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