Miss India Trailer Talk: Keerthy Suresh’s Netflix Debut Is About A ‘Badass’ Girl Who Dreams Of Making It Big In Business

The two-minute trailer gives us glimpses of a girl who dreamt of becoming an entrepreneur. The film will release on the fourth of November
Miss India Trailer Talk: Keerthy Suresh’s Netflix Debut Is About A ‘Badass’ Girl Who Dreams Of Making It Big In Business

Keerthy Suresh stars as a businessperson, who will likely win the final race against an evil corporate honcho (played by Jagapati Babu) in this drama. Interestingly, for a film titled Miss India, it's about a girl who grows up wanting to start her own business.

The trailer for Miss India starts with a typical Indian man asking a little girl what she wishes to become in the future and pat comes the reply, "I'll study MBA and start a business."

But that's where the troubles begin for the young dreamer–she's not encouraged by her family members. The highlight of the movie is, perhaps, going to be the battle between the protagonist, Samyuktha (Keerthy), and the antagonist. The trailer even reveals a couple of heated exchanges between the two actors, hinting at the game of one-upmanship it could play out as.

The trailer gives away the main bits of Miss India and the business that Samyuktha keeps talking about is selling chai to an international customer base. But here's the most vital piece of the puzzle – her business is taking off in a foreign nation. And that's why there's a great chance for her idea to take shape and get noticed by the masses.

Watch the trailer here:

Directed by Narendra Nath, this Telugu drama also stars Jagapathi Babu, Naveen Chandra, Kamal Kamaraju and Naresh. It is produced by Mahesh S Koneru under East Coast Productions and it will release directly on Netflix.

The film has two DOPs, Dani Sanchez-Lopez and Sujith Vaassudev, while S. Thaman composed the music. It is being marketed as the National Award-winning actor's 20th film.

According to reports, Miss India was supposed to release in theatres on April 17, 2020 but got pushed due to the pandemic.

Keerthy's Tamil-Telugu bilingual Penguin, produced by Karthik Subbaraj, had released earlier this year to mixed reviews on Amazon Prime Video.

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