It truly is really hard to pinpoint when it commenced, but Bollywood filmmakers have been hoping to both establish into the superhero genre or switch their film franchises into a related universe, a precedent established by the MCU and the DCEU in Hollywood. And it appears like we’re nearer to getting some major additions to the style from Indian makers. On Monday, Vicky Kaushal shared the 1st look of his upcoming big movie project, a superhero movie helmed by Uri: The Surgical Strike director Aditya Dhar. The update from the movie that was declared a when back (together with a bunch of titles on the actor’s slate) comes just in time for Uri’s next anniversary.

Vicky Kaushal shared a glimpse into the forthcoming movie titled The Immortal Ashwatthama with not just one but two 1st glimpse posters introducing Kaushal as the titular character. Test them out listed here:

The to start with poster sees a seemingly fight-destroyed mechanical hand and perched on its fingers is a determine donning a cloak and a spear-like weapon. In the debilitated backdrop, a futuristic metropolis can be seen. The poster manages to provide a peek into the sci-fi environment of the movie. In the meantime, the 2nd impression teases the film’s mythological themes.

The Immortal Ashwatthama is made by RSVP, Ronnie Screwvala and prepared and directed by Aditya Dhar. From what we have viewed, the movie is established to provide a visible spectacle that will rely seriously on CGI and its VFX teams. Screwvala, Dhar and Kaushal’s past outing collectively Uri, gained quite a few awards and was a crowd favorite (in spite of some problematic areas in its themes). So it will be appealing to see what the staff-up provides this time all-around.

Chatting about the undertaking Ronnie Screwvala told Range, “I simply cannot hold out to see Aditya’s eyesight translate to this spectacle on screen. I have to say this is by considerably the most formidable motion picture I have attempted and we would adore to see this a single attain out to the widest audiences in India and all around the environment.”

“We are functioning difficult to make a visual spectacle that audiences across India would have hardly ever found right before. I guarantee, this would not just be a film, but an practical experience,” he added.

The Immortal Ashwatthama is anticipated to go into manufacturing afterwards this calendar year.

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