Though they face so many hurdles and are not confident enough for the mission to be successful, they eventually succeed and create history on Earth. Interestingly, the new trailer gives more glimpses of how Mission Mangal shaped up.
The trailer starts with Akshay talking about a mission being unsuccessful while addressing the media, though he is shown hopeful. Then comes Vidya Balan, who is filled with positivity that ISRO scientists can take India to Mars. They are then recruited by young scientists who leave Akshay and Vidya worried.
These include Taapsee Pannu, Sonakshi Sinha, Sharman Joshi, Kirti Kulhari, Nithya Menen and H. R. Dattatrey.
The interesting part of the second trailer is, it shows how after Mangalyan becomes a success they gear up for Chandrayan 2, which happened a few days ago. Is it also a hint to the sequel? Only time will tell.
Mission Mangal is directed by debutant Jagan Shakti. The film is all set to be premiered at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne. IFFM 2019 will host the official Australian premiere of the film on Independence Day at HOYTS Chadstone in Melbourne.
Whereas the theatrical release of Mission Mangal is on Independence Day that is, August 15, 2019.