Over four months later, Shang-debut Chi’s trailer is now accessible in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and (soon) Kannada. It’s not the official trailer’s localized version, which was published in June. Instead, Disney India has decided to release dubbed versions of the teaser video, which was first released in April. What exactly is going on? They don’t appear to have recently been finalized.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings didn’t have an Indian release date until last week, so the studio may have been hoarding them. After all, no one knew when the theatres would reopen until July. Why not just go straight to the Shang-Chi trailer? Why is the teaser being released so late? Perhaps we’ll receive the trailer before September 3rd as well.
Except for the fact that it’s dubbed in the four languages listed, the Shang-Chi teaser trailer hasn’t changed. Shang-Chi (Simu Liu) begins by training on his own, working as a valet, singing karaoke, and partying in America, until his father Wenwu/ The Mandarian (Tony Leung) states in voiceover, “I gave you 10 years to enjoy your life.” “How did that work out for you?”
Wenwu goes on to say that he trained him so that no one could kill him and that one day, Shang-Chi will assume his father’s position at the helm of the Ten Rings, the terrorist organization we first met in 2008’s Iron Man. Shang-Chi, on the other hand, has no desire to join the family company.