Salman Khan’s upcoming film Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’s teaser was attached to Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan in theatres. The superstar’s on-screen persona and charm just left fans hooting and cheering for him. For the unversed, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan marks Shehnaaz Gill’s Bollywood debut film.

After a long wait, the makers of Salman Khan and Pooja Hegde’s upcoming action thriller Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan released the trailer. The gripping teaser begins with Salman’s swag where he drives through the desert and meets the leading lady, Pooja Hegde before he is introduced to the audience.

Packed with super-action sequences and high-end drama, the teaser encapsulates Salman’s superstardom. Other than the fight scenes, Salman’s gruffly look in the teaser is surely set to impress fans. Towards the end of the video, the actor maintains

his on-screen charm and leaves fans drooling over his body as he fights with his shirt unbuttoned. After stopping an enemy's car by jumping feet first, a shirtless Salman said after a fight, "Jab shareer, dil aur dimag mujhse kehte hain 'bas bhai, no more', main kehta hoon 'bring it on' (when my body, heart, and mind tell me to stop, I tell them 'bring it on')” thus the seeti maar dialogue is enough to leave fans cheering for the star in the theatres.

The film that marks Shehnaaz Gill’s Bollywood debut, shows her glimpse in one of the sequences. The video also gives a glimpse of Tollywood star Venkatesh Daggubati. Another interesting aspect of the teaser is Salman Khan wearing a lungi and dancing in one of the sequences. Salman Khan shared the intriguing teaser on Twitter and wrote, "Sahi ka hoga sahi, galat ka hoga galat, #KisiKaBhaiKisiKiJaanTeaser out now...(sic)."
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