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Twitter storm noticed post 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' poster release

Updated: Aug 30, 2016 09:45 IST

New Delhi, [India] Aug. 30 (ANI): The micro-blogging site is witnessing a storm since yesterday, after Karan Johar's Dharma Productions came out with three 'aww-some' posters of their much-awaited upcoming venture 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.'

With hashtag #AeDilHaiMushkil, the posters have been trending the most for last twelve hours.

"#AeDilHaiMushkil trending non stop since 12hrs! Make way for #ADHMTeaser now. 2 hours to go! @karanjohar, Dharma Productions," announced Dharma Productions.

Some B-Town A-listers too took to their Twitter handles to share their excitement about the posters of the movie.

"Can't wait !!!!!!!! Just look at these beautiful faces #ADHMTeaser #AeDilHaiMushkil @karanjohar @AnushkaSharma," tweeted Alia Bhatt.

"They all look so good Karan! @karanjohar, wrote Lara Dutta.

"Hey @karanjohar I'm in transit at an international airport awaiting my connection n hoping I see the #ADHMTeaser b4 my flight's called," said Atul Kasbekar.

"Incredible poster @karanjohar @AnushkaSharma #RanbirKapoor," tweeted Riteish Deshmukh.

"This looks so good!!! Congratulations @karanjohar and Team #AeDilHaiMushkil," wrote Dia Mirza.

The romantic drama stars Bollywood biggies Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma in a love triangle with Fawad Khan in a small yet pivotal role.

Kjo took to his twitter handle to share three posters, one after the another, yesterday.

"The FIRST LOOK of #AeDilHaiMushkil ....@AnushkaSharma @DharmaMovies @foxstarhindi #RanbirKapoor #AishwaryaRai," he tweeted.

"The SECOND LOOK of #AeDilHaiMushkil @AnushkaSharma #RanbirKapoor @DharmaMovies @foxstarhindi," he wrote for the seond poster.

"love passion and intense friendship engulfed in our emotional journey @AeDilHaiMushkil #ADHMTeaserTomorrow at 10am," he wrote for the third poster.

The posters show some fresh pairs and what steals the show is Ranbir's very new avatar. According to the poster, he will be portraying a singer in the flick.

Though rumours say that ' Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' is somewhere based on Yash Chopra's 1977 film 'Doosra Aadmi,' starring Rishi Kapoor, Neetu Singh, Raakhee and Shashi Kapoor, makers have denied the reports.

The movie, which will have its teaser released today, is slated for a Diwali release, this year. (ANI)

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