Back in 2002, Ram Gopal Varma made a movie titled Company, which explored the world of mafia. Cut to 2020, the filmmaker continues his obsession with the underworld, presenting an analogous story in his upcoming movie, D Company.
On Wednesday, RGV shared the trailer of D Company. Interestingly, the title of the movie is a mix of Company and Varma’s one other directorial, D. So, does that imply D Company presents the very best of each the worlds? We have our doubts.
The trailer introduces us to the world of D Company. The movie is about within the Eighties. We are launched to the protagonist in a really clichéd method. He is all the time offended, all the time smoking and all the time finally ends up taking pictures somebody. And when he’s not killing, he’s abusing girls.
D Company is not only heavy on violence and sexual abuse but in addition dialogues. One of the actors says, “Hum tumhare bhagwaan ke bhi bhagwaan hai. (I’m the God of your God!)
RGV known as the movie his “most ambitious project”. In a tweet, he talked about, “The film is about the underworld SAGA of MUMBAI headed by DAWOOD IBRAHIM.”
D Company has been written and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The movie, produced by Sagar Manchanuru underneath the banner of Spark Productions, will launch in theatres on March 26.