TOP 5 POSTERS
Posters of any films gives a first impression about the film and then followed by the trailer, a film sometimes has series of posters because as they say- first impression is the last impression, posters became the vital factor. A intrigue poster attract the audiences and we at Super Cinema at the start of the year take a look back at which were the top 5 posters in 2018.
The first poster of Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Sanju’ was a quirky poster, we see Ranbir captured in different looks of Sanju over the years, highlighting the important stages of his life. Ranging from his ‘Rocky’ look to one from the jail and the Munnabhai avatar, we can say that Ranbir has done complete justice by stepping into the veteran actor’s shoes. The makers then released few more posters, showing various sides of the characters in the film. Paresh Rawal as Suil Dutt was a heartwarming moment shared by the father-son duo. A weepy and scared Sanjay Dutt played by Ranbir Kapoor was seen being comforted by father. Giving us an insight into the memory of the 80s, the poster speaks volumes about the father-son bond. The posters made Ranbir fans go gaga over his film.
The posters of the film created a huge buzz and excitement in the minds of the audiences, the makers released various posters and since the release of the first poster it featured a broken pair of goggles as the main object, with other elements like piano, musical notes, cat, and revolver, a cup of tea, a knife, and suitcase. Latter, the makers released a poster where the blinded Ayushmann and his love interest Radhika Apte can be seen walking over the piano with his pet cat leading them. Going by the poster, the makers provide a glimpse of a brewing unseen chemistry between their characters. With the back to back quirky and intriguing posters from the film, added excitement among the masses.
The poster of the film presented the entire star cast of the film in various posters with quirky looks. The posters see Ayushmann, Sanya and Gajraj Rao curled up in the fetal position, in caricature like projections while Ayushmaan looked stunned, Gajraj was taken aback and Sanya had a mischievous smile on her face. In other posters we witness pregnant Neena Gupta standing smiling and Ayushmaan trying to hear the baby through a glass from his family follows the suit. The posters were interesting and had made a buzz among the audiences.
Padmaavat was one of the most awaited films of 2018, it had made the audience curious to watch the film and as the posters were revealed it added more curiosity to all of them. Two posters were unveiled by the team disclosing Deepika’s majestic look as Rani Padmavati on the auspicious occasion of Navratri. Sporting a uni-brow, Deepika is seen heavily bejeweled, giving out every aura of a Rajput queen. Right from her costumes to her jewellery to her looks, Deepika sure comes out as a fearless and beautiful queen of Chittor which the legendary Rani Padmini stood for. On the other hand Ranveer Singh looked terrific and menaced as Alauddin Khilji. The various posters were absolutely breathtaking and made the film fraternity and the audience early wait for the release of the film.
PadMan’ was one of the most talked about films of 2018. Starring Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte, the film has been piquing fans’ interest since its inception. With each poster coming out, the curiosity only seemed to increase. Another poster where Akshay was seen cycling in the scorching heat looking all exhausted. The actor had nailed the ordinary man avatar. He is seen clad in a white shirt and beige pants with slippers. In the second poster, Akshay was seen holding his own manufactured pad in his left hand with eyes full of hope. In another poster we saw Akshay holding hands with Radhika. But what is not to be missed is the sanitary napkin packet that Akshay and Radhika are holding in their hands, which is basically everything the movie was about. There were various other interesting posters that the makers had released before the release of the film and it just had built a lot of excitement and curiosity among audiences.