But it soon shifts focus to action and jokes with Varun Dhawan and Shah Rukh at the forefront.
And just when you thought that the film was a happy-go-lucky romantic-action film, like previous Rohit Shetty films, Shah Rukh says, "hum shareef kya hue, puri duniya hi badmash ho gayi."
The rest of the trailer stresses on Shah Rukh's dark past and the story of what may have gone wrong in Shah Rukh and Kajol's love story "15 saal, 4 mahine aur 10 din" ago. (Also Read: Can You Spot Shah Rukh and Kajol in This Dilwale Teaser?)
The film, which was pitched as the ultimate love story, definitely has an intense feel to it. For die-hard Rohit Shetty fans, there is ample action to keep you entertained. (Also Read: Shah Rukh Khan Facepalms Kajol and the Dilwale)
The Dilwale trailer was released by the cast and crew, including Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon, at an event in Mumbai on November 9.
Dilwale also stars Boman Irani, Varun Sharma and Johnny Lever in pivotal roles. The film is slated to release on December 18, this year.