Bobby Deol’s digital debut in Class Of ’83, is all set to release on Netflix on August 21. The actor made the official announcement on Twitter on Thursday morning about the release date and also revealed that the trailer will be dropped on Friday, 7th August. With a brand new poster featuring himself in his onscreen persona, the 51-year-old actor is all set to make his digital debut this month.
Directed by Atul Sabharwal, the film is based on the book “The Class of 83” by Hussain Zaidi and tells the story of a dedicated policeman turned police instructor Vijay Singh (Bobby Deol), whose trainees find them, conflicted with concepts such as honour and devotion.
After the Netflix original series, Bard of Blood and Betaal, Class of ’83 is third Netflix collaboration with Red Chillies Entertainment. The film is all set to be premiered on Netflix, on 21 August 2020.
Bobby Deol tweeted- “It’s not which side you are fighting for, it’s what you are fighting against”. Here, take a look at Bobby Deol’s Class Of ’83’s release date announcement tweet here:
It's not WHICH side you are fighting for .. It's WHAT you are fighting against#ClassOf83 trailer out tomorrow. Produced by @RedChilliesEnt Premieres August 21, 2020 only on @NetflixIndia pic.twitter.com/oCwaLhYKui— Bobby Deol (@thedeol) August 6, 2020
Few days back, the actor shared his first look at Dean Vijay Singh, describing his role as “an experience like never before.” Class Of ’83 is among the latest films and shows to be released on Netflix – the dates for most of them are being announced often.
Janhvi Kapoor’s Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl have been announced to be released on August 12 and Alia Bhatt’s Sadak 2 on August 28. Upcoming big releases on Netflix include films such as Abhishek bachchan’s Big Bull, Sanjay Dutt’s Torbaaz, and the multi-starrer film Ludo.
Playing Dean Vijay Singh was an experience like never before #ClassOf83 coming soon on @NetflixIndia a film by @iamsrk’s @RedChilliesEnt directed by @sabharwalatul produced by @gaurikhan @_GauravVerma #bhupendrajadawat #hiteshbhojraj pic.twitter.com/ciRWcVLXF3— Bobby Deol (@thedeol) July 16, 2020