The three-minute trailer shows a budding romance between Ajay Dixit (Dhawan), a school teacher in Lucknow, and Nisha (Janhvi), a young girl on a quest to find love. They realise over a few dates that they have nothing in common but they go ahead and get married. Things change during their honeymoon in Europe and the relationship turns a bit sour. Unexpectedly, we also see glimpses of monochrome shots that show the Holocaust during the World War II.
Bawaal has been shot in India and multiple international locations. This is Tiwari’s fifth movie after Chillar Party, Bhoothnath Returns, Dangal and Chhichhore.
Bawaal is backed by Sajid Nadiadwala’s production banner Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment in collaboration with Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari and Nitesh’s Earthsky Pictures.