‘RRKPK’ trailer: Ranveer says “google ke cheethade ni phaad diye naa…,” see how tech giant reacted

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] : Tech giant Google India, on Tuesday, reacted to actor Ranveer Singh’s dialogue “google ke cheethade ni phaad diyee….” in the trailer of his upcoming film ‘Rocky aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani’.

Taking to Twitter, Google India shared a still from the trailer which they captioned, “it’s on @RanveerOfficial #RockyAurRaniKiiPremKahaani.”

In the trailer, Ranveer could be seen talking to Alia’s character, where he said, “Problem yhi hai.. tu na mujhe duffer samajhti hai. Chal aaj kuch pooch ke dekh…Google ke cheethade na phaad diye to mera bhi naam Rocky Randhawa nahi.”

Helmed by Karan Johar, the film also stars Jaya Bachchan, Shabana Azmi and Jaya Bachchan in the lead roles and is all set to hit the theatres on July 28. Dharma Productions shared Google India’s post on their Instagram stories and wrote, “Anytime (without the trick questions).”

The makers of ‘Rocky aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani’ unveiled the official trailer of the film on Tuesday which received massive responses from the audience. The trailer took us into the lives of Rocky Randhawa and Rani Chatterjee, whose lifestyles are diametrically opposed. While Rocky is a Punjabi lad from a wealthy Punjabi family, Rani comes from a Bengali household where knowledge and intelligence are valued above all else. And they fall in love but soon the couple realizes that their families don’t like each other. Then Rocky and Rani decide to ‘Switch’ and live with each other families to impress them.

‘Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani’ promises to be a wholesome, big-screen entertainer, blending Johar’s storytelling finesse with an impressive ensemble cast, grandeur and music. There were also many scenes of the two romancings and fighting, celebrating all kinds of festivals with their families, and possibly a wedding. ‘Rocky Aur Rani…’ marks Karan’s return to director’s chair after over six years. The film marks Ranveer and Alia’s second collaboration after their hit film ‘Gully Boy’.

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