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Posted at: Jun 14, 2018, 5:01 PM; last updated: Jun 14, 2018, 5:01 PM (IST)

Salman, Shah Rukh feature in new 'Zero' teaser on Eid

Mumbai, June 14

The brilliant bromance between superstars Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan was full on display in the just released new teaser of "Zero".

The makers of the film released a Eid-special teaser of the Shah Rukh's much awaited film, which also features Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma.

The teaser was shared by Shah Rukh on Twitter writing, "Yeh lo..yeh lo @aanandlrai ki taraf se...Iss baar Eid Ka Meetha bahut Tez hai. To everyone from me and the whole team of Zero...Eid Mubarak. Love you all & hope you like it. #ZeroCelebratesEid."    

It opens with Shah Rukh's Babua Singh preparing for a dance competition when he is approached by Salman Khan.

"Suna hai jiske peeche lag jaate ho, uski life bana dete ho?" Salman says to Babua. The two then engage into a friendly dance off as the crowd cheers for them.

The film also features cameos by Sridevi, Kajol, Deepika Padukone, Rani Mukerji and others.

"Like all Indians, I am also a festival lover. All the festivals, in fact. The energy, vibrancy and bhaichaara (brotherhood) they bring with them makes me joyful and happy. It's with the same joy that we have made 'Zero'. The film is truly a celebration of many things and this Eid we had the opportunity to celebrate this day with the two Khans who have given us so many reasons to smile over the decades.

"Honestly for me, more than a teaser or a glimpse of the film, I just wanted to share this feeling with my audience. And for a director his feeling is his film. I wish all a happy Eid and seek their best wishes," director Aanand L Rai said in a statement.

"Zero", produced by Gauri Khan, will release on December 21 this year.  PTI

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