'Raees' trailer creates history in few hours of release

Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan taking selfie along with director Rahul Dholakia, actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and producer Ritesh Sidhwani during a press conference for the upcoming movie 'Raees' in Mumbai on Wednesday (Photo: PTI)
As soon as Shah Rukh Khan came up with the trailer of his much-awaited film 'Raees,' the whole nation went gaga over it!

An example of it is that the trailer crossed 10.5 million record breaking views on Youtube, in just 20 hours, which is the fastest ever in the history of Indian cinema.

The movie also created history by crossing 100K likes in 3 hours and 35 minutes, making it the fastest trailer to cross 100K likes.

 
The gripping trailer has successfully topped the list by surpassing the trailer of 'MS Dhoni: The Untold Story' in 12 hours.

Following the unveiling of the two and a half minute trailer, the hashtag #RaeesTrailer was trending on social media all day, as fans and critics shared their excitement about the film.

The film's spokesperson shared in exultation, "We are extremely happy that the trailer has got such a phenomenal response, the team has worked very hard on the film and we all are extremely excited!"

There was already a nail-biting wait for the film and the stunning trailer has only added to the eagerness of audiences to watch the movie.

Directed by Rahul Dholakia, 'Kaabil', a day before Republic Day 2017.

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