After several rumours of the movie being shelved and fallouts, the makers of Vikram Vedha have finally shared Hrithik Roshan’s first look from the film. To mark Roshan’s 48th birthday today (January 10), T-Series took to Twitter to treat fans with his rugged look.

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‘वेधा VEDHA #vikramvedha #SaifAliKhan @radhikaofficial @rohitsaraf @iyogitabihani @pushkar.gayatri #BhushanKumar @sarkarshibasish @sash041075 @chakdyn @tseries.official @tseriesfilms @fridayfilmworks @studiosynot @apinternationalfilms,” tweetd T-Series. Roshan can be seen with long wavy hair and a beard. He has blood on his face, which indicates that the film will have a lot of good action.

 

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Vikram Vedha is the official Hindi remake of a Tamil blockbuster film starring R. Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi in the lead roles. While Hrithik Roshan’s first look is creating waves, many fans are also comparing it yo Sethupathi’s OG look. It’s too soon to say anything about Roshan’s performance, however, and we cannot wait to see the trailer of the film.

Vikram Vedha is a neo-noir action thriller based on the folk tale Vikram Aur Betaal. The film revolves around a tough police officer who sets out to kill gangsters.The film also stars Saif Ali Khan in a lead role, with Radhika Apte. It is scheduled to hit the big screens globally on September 30. The film has been extensively been shot in Abu Dabhi.

Apart from this, Hrithik Roshan is also reported to play the role of Ravan in Madhu Mantena’s Ramayana. “Duggu had been in talks to play an important role in Deepika’s Draupadi which was a modern retelling of the epic Mahabharat. But that film will happen later. Mantena is bankrolling Ramayana first and Hrithik will play Ravan’s role in the epic period drama,” a source told a leading daily, reports Filmfare. He also has Fighter along with Deepika Padukone in his kitty.

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