Dharma Productions unveils violent high-action thriller ‘Kill’

Dharma Productions unveils violent high-action thriller ‘Kill’

Dharma Productions and Lionsgate dropped their latest film with the intriguing tagline of “once upon a bloody time”.

In the high-action thriller, ‘Kill’, a routine train journey to New Delhi transforms into a deadly battleground. Army commando Amrit, played by Lakshya, upon discovering that his beloved Tulika, played by actor Tanya Maniktala, is being forced into an unwanted engagement, embarks on a daring mission aboard the New Delhi-bound train to thwart the arranged marriage.

However, the journey takes a sudden turn when a gang of knife-wielding bandits, led by the ruthless Fani played by Raghav Juyal, begins terrorizing the passengers. Determined to protect the innocent, Amrit launches a relentless counterattack, turning the commute into a heart-pounding spectacle of courage and combat. What should have been a typical commute, turned into an adrenaline-fuelled thrill ride.

Distributed by Lionsgate UK, ‘Kill’ is set for theatrical release this summer following its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival 2023 – where it unanimously garnered plaudit from both critics and audiences. This represents a rare and significant collaboration between an Indian film production and a major Hollywood studio, highlighting the film's broad international appeal.

‘Kill’ is directed by Nikhil Nagesh Bhat and produced by Karan Johar and Apoorva Mehta of Dharma Productions, alongside Guneet Monga Kapoor and Achin Jain of Sikhya Entertainment. The film, which warns of violent content, is all set to release in cinemas on July 5.


Dharma Productions unveils violent high-action thriller ‘Kill’
Amitabh Bachchan is Ashwatthama in ‘Kalki 2898 AD’

Lakshya was initially slated to debut in the shelved romantic comedy ‘Dostana 2’. He is accompanied by Raghav Juyal and Tanya Maniktala as they navigate the intense fight that erupts aboard the speeding train in the trailer out this week.

Karan Johar has described his latest venture as a “new era of action” along with the warning: “This film contains violent content which may be intense and disturbing for some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised.”

Related Stories

No stories found.


No stories found.


No stories found.
iGlobal News