Akshay Kumar as a naval officer in 'Rustom'
Akshay Kumar as a naval officer in 'Rustom'Twitter/Akshay Kumar

This Eid there will a double dhamaka for moviegoers. Along with the release of Salman Khan's "Sultan," fans will be treated to the trailer release of Akshay Kumar's much-awaited movie "Rustom," reports suggest.

Trade industry is abuzz with reports that the trailer of Akshay Kumar's "Rustom" is mind-blowing. Trade experts took to Twitter and said that the trailer is censored and will be out anytime soon. There are also reports that the theatrical trailer of "Rustom" will be attached with Salman's "Sultan" and thus will be released on July 6.

Here is what trade experts have tweeted about the trailer of "Rustom"

Trade expert Atul Mohan: "The trailer of #Rustom is likely to be attached with #Sultan. @BeingSalmanKhan @akshaykumar @yrf @TheZeeStudios Double treat for all!!FYI the trailer is censored will b out anytime.

Atul: @girishjohar hearing extraordinary praises for #Rustom trailer.

Trade expert Girish Johar: So ...THE COUNTDOWN TO #Rustom trailer BEGINS ...10...9...8...7... 6...5...4...3...2...1 !!!!!

Trade expert and senior journalist Joginder Tuteja tweeted: #RustomPromo Kab? Kahan? Kaisa? Sabko jaldi pata chalega! Because what you are going to see would be 'dhamaka'!

The much-awaited trailer has been given a UA certificate and is approximately 2 minutes 54 seconds (155- seconds) long, according to CatchNews. The report further suggests that the trailer would focus on all the characters to give importance to the storyline.

"Rustom," directed by Tinu Desai, is a romantic thriller starring Akshay, Ileana D'Cruz and Esha Gupta in the lead roles. The film is inspired from the life of navy officer K.M. Nanavati.

The Akshay-starrer is slated to release worldwide on Aug. 12 along with Hrithik Roshan's "Mohenjo Daro." The trailer of Hrithik's "Mohenjo Daro," which was released last week, received mixed to positive response and now all the eyes are set on the trailer of Akshay-starrer "Rustom." 

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