Neeyat First Look Out Vidya Balan Unveils Look For Anu Menon

Neeyat First Look: The first look and teaser of Vidya Balan’s film ‘Neeyat’ was released on Wednesday. Vidya has shared the poster and teaser on her Instagram handle. She will be seen in the role of a detective in the film. Vidya is seen wearing a green shirt, maroon sweater and brown overcoat in the poster.

Vidya wrote the caption with the first look – “Meet Meera Rao. Not so classic detective of classic murder mystery.” The trailer will be released tomorrow. The film will be released in theaters on July 7.

Watch the teaser here:

Vidya has become a detective earlier also
This is not the first time Vidya will be seen playing the role of a detective. Prior to this, in the 2014 film ‘Bobby Jasoos’, she played the role of a desi detective. Although the film flopped at the box-office. Apart from this, she has also played similar characters in ‘Kahaani’, ‘Te3n’, ‘Sherni’.

Let us tell you that for four years no film of Vidya has been released in theatres. His last released film in the theater was Jagan Shakti’s film ‘Mission Mangal’ in the year 2019. Although it was a multi starrer film. His solo last film, which was released in theaters, is ‘Tumhari Sulu’. This film came in the year 2017.

Three films released directly on OTT

After this, three of Vidya’s films were released directly on the OTT platform, including Anu Menon’s ‘Shakuntala’ (2020), ‘Sherni’ and Suresh Triveni’s ‘Jalsa’, which was released last year. Vidya will also be seen in the romantic comedy film ‘Lover’, alongside Prateik Gandhi, Ileana D’Cruz.

star cast of niyat

Niyat is directed by Anu Menon. Apart from Vidya, there are also actors like Ram Kapoor, Rahul Bose, Neeraj Kabi, Shahana Goswami, Amrita Puri, Deepanita Sharma, Prajakta Koli, Shashank Arora. It is co-written by Anu, Priya Venkataraman, Advaita Kala and Girvani Dhyani. Kaushar Munir has written the dialogues of the film and it has been produced by Vikram Malhotra.

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