Watch Trailer: Toilet-Ek Prem Katha Looks Strong On The Social Front

Here is the trailer of a film from CRB Tech reviews, that has a powerful social message. Take a look and find for yourself. Hopefully, you would like it.


The official trailer of Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar’s forthcoming film Toilet: Ek Prem Katha was launched amid the India Vs South Africa Champions Trophy match yesterday. The trailer shows Akshay, who essays the character of Keshav and the sole thing he longs for is getting hitched until he meets Jaya (Bhumi Pednekar) and falls in love instantly. While Keshav is a simplistic individual, Jaya is an open-minded and a forward thinker. All is well in their lives, till Jaya, post marriage, is acquainted with the lota posse by the ladies of her house. (Jaya is told about pooping in the open). Notwithstanding, she battles back alongside Keshav. Fighting against all odds, Keshav and Jaya endeavor to bring about a change their family’s idea and go up against a political fight over open pooping and sanitation.


The two principle characters, Jaya and Keshav, get hitched yet the newly wed bride soon leaves as her in-laws don’t have a toilet in their home. The spouse at that point takes it on himself to guarantee that his whole village gets toilets.

The trailer addresses different social stigmas like sanitation issues, gender bias, traditional beliefs – every last bit of it added with the spice of entertainment. The three-minute long video absolutely guarantees to be a decent performer.


Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, an ironical parody, highlights the significance of sanitation in rural zones. The plot of the film has been enlivened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. A month ago, Akshay had met PM Modi to brief him about the film.

Anupam Kher assumes an important part in the film, who is in support of Jaya and Keshav’s cause. In the interim, Divyendu Sharma comes like a surprise. The Pyaar Ka Punchnama actor plays the character of Akshay’s sibling.


From the look of it, the film does not seem to be a preachy kind of a think. The right message in all probability would be conveyed to the audience, in the form of an entertaining story. That could prove to be the USP of the film.

Toilet: EK Prem Katha is set to hit the big screens on August 11. The film has been directed by Shree Narayan Singh.

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