Sushant Singh Rajput-Jacqueline Fernandez's Drive Trailer Drives Twitterati Crazy, Netizens Brutally Troll the Netflix Film
The still from Drive (Photo Credits: Netflix)

Jacqueline Fernandez and Sushant Singh Rajput starrer Drive's trailer just hit the internet. In case you are unaware of this fact, the film by Tarun Mansukhani was delayed for two years citing various reasons. From the film’s plot to the postproduction process, all the reasons were put forward. Then, they announced that it will be a Netflix release instead of a theatrical release. However, finally, when songs like Makhna and Karma were dropped, we hoped that it has something interesting in it. But now that the trailer is here, we fail to understand why it took so long in the first place! Twitterati too is confused and is having a ball of a time making memes and funny reactions. Drive Trailer Video: Now We Know Why This Sushant Singh Rajput-Jacqueline Fernandez's Fast & Furious Knockoff Is Coming Straight to Netflix.

As if the dramatic dialogues in the trailer were not enough, the VFX part of the film is also giving spoof-like vibes. With flying cars and ‘Rashtrapati Bhavan’ robbery plan, the fans scratch their head as to what was happening in the trailer. All this while, we have been quite proud and satisfied with the content that Netflix India provided us with through films and web-series. However, after this action entertainer rolled out by Dharma Productions, makes us wonder about the streaming platform standards. Does it qualify for the Netflix slot? Well, netizens know it better than KJo! Check out the tweets below.

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The Dharma Version of Fast and Furious

The makers decided to release this on the streaming platform during Diwali. In theatres, big films like Akshay Kumar starrer Housefull 4, Taapsee-Bhumi starrer Saand Ki Aankh and Rajkummar Rao starrer Made In China are competing. Had Drive been a theatrical release on November 1, we wonder where would it stand in the box office race?