He is at his best when it comes to handling gangster flicks and presenting underworld mafia on screen. Ram Gopal Varma is undoubtedly, a master craftsman of mobster genre. After his iconic movies Satya, Company and Sarkar were the testimonials.
Now, RGV has a story something new to tell to audiences. The theatrical trailer of his upcoming movie D Company was released formally released on Sunday.
The movie tells the story of underworld criminal and drug dealer Dawood Ibrahim who shook Mumbai city during the late ’80s. Based on the incidents that happened in Mumbai, RGV is learnt to have done extensive research in connecting the dots through a movie.
The first-look motion poster of D Company has already created quite a buzz on social media. Releasing the trailer, RGV wrote on his Twitter handle, “D Company is not just about Dawood Ibrahim but it’s about the various people who lived and died under its shadow.
It is Produced by SPARK @SparkSagar1.” Going by the trailer, the movie talks about the dreaded gangster Dawood and his D Company alongside portraying a sketchy picture of events leading to Mumbai bomb blasts, gangsters who took lived under its shadow and went on to thrive in underworld mafia business and dealings.
A regular-RGV look, the trailer has a captivating background score showing the dark shades of underworld kingdom.
— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) January 23, 2021