Mission Mangal teaser stars Akshay as a scientist and the launch of India's first satellite to Mars

The teaser of Akshay Kumar-led Mission Mangal is out and it portrays the story of the launch of India's first satellite to Mars. The teaser also introduces us to the impressive cast stars including Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Panu, Sharman Joshi and more

Mission Mangal teaser stars Akshay as a scientist and the launch of India's first satellite to Mars Mission Mangal teaser stars Akshay as a scientist and the launch of India's first satellite to Mars Source : Press

The makers of Mission Mangal released a new teaser of the film, which has fans super excited as Akshay Kumar is seen playing the role of a senior scientist that headlines India's mission to Mars. The teaser also introduced the impressive star cast featuring Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Panu, Sharman Joshi and more who are seen interestingly connected to the story.

Mission Mangal is the story of India's 2013 Mars space programme Mangalyaan where Akshay Kumar potrays the role of a scientist that is inspired by a group of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) who worked on the Mars Orbiter Mission. Whereas Vidya Balan will play the role of the scientist Tara Shinde while both Akshay and Vidya will be seen leading a team of scientists that includes Sona​​kshi Sinha, Taapsee Pannu, Sharman Joshi, Kriti Kulhari, Nithya Menen and H R Dattatrey. The teaser has various nail-biting moments and the visual effects are brilliant.

Mission Mangal is directed by South filmmaker Jagan Shakti and will hit theatres on August 15, 2019. It will also be clashing with John Abraham's Batla House and Prabhas' Saaho at the box-office. Akshay Kumar a few days back took to his social media and informed his followers how Mission Mangal is one film which he has especially done for his daughter. He wrote, "#MissionMangal ,a film which I hope will inspire as well as entertain. A film which I've done specially for my daughter and children her age to familiarise them with the incredible true story of India's mission to Mars!"