Vicky Kaushal turns superhero for The Immortal Ashwatthama, see first look posters

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The first look posters of Vicky Kaushal’s upcoming sci-fi movie The Immortal Ashwatthama was launched on Monday. The film reunites the actor together with his URI: The Surgical Strike director Aditya Dhar and producer Ronnie Screwvala.

In The Immortal Ashwatthama, Kaushal will play a personality impressed by the warrior Ashwatthama, who performed an important function within the conflict between Pandavas and Kauravas in Mahabharata.

The first look, unveiled by Ronnie Screwvala’s manufacturing home RSVP, exhibits a futuristic setting with a number of skyscrapers within the background and Vicky Kaushal’s Ashwatthama holding a lightning sword.

“Raising the bar higher for the superhero genre not only in India but across the world, this film is a high-concept visual spectacle in the making. From the team that brought to you URI The Surgical Strike, presenting @vickykaushal09 in and as #TheImmortalAshwatthama,” RSVP captioned the poster.

The Immortal Ashwatthama is a homecoming for Vicky Kaushal as apart from Aditya Dhar, the actor returns to RSVP two years after URI: The Surgical Strike. The makers mentioned URI’s second anniversary was the proper alternative to unveil the first look of The Immortal Ashwatthama.

Calling The Immortal Ashwatthama the largest movie of his profession but, Vicky Kaushal mentioned it’s going to be an exhilarating expertise for him to discover know-how alongside his craft.

“Ashwatthama is Aditya’s dream project and it required the backing of a visionary like Ronnie to bring this spectacle to audiences. It’s going to be a new space for me as an actor, exploring the newest form of technology alongside acting. Can’t wait to start the journey soon with this wonderful team,” Vicky mentioned.

Aditya Dhar, who’s each the author and director on the venture, mentioned he’ll method The Immortal Ashwatthama in a accountable method because it’s a retelling of an epic story.

“We are working hard to create a visual spectacle that audiences across India would have never seen before. I promise this would not just be a film, but an experience. More than the pressure, I am taking this film as a responsibility of telling this epic story, in the way it is meant to be told. I hope audiences shower the same love to Ashwatthama as they did to URI,” Aditya mentioned in an announcement.

Ashwatthama will go on flooring later this 12 months.

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