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Ashwatthama first look: Vicky Kaushal beautifully helms the titular role

For the longest time, we’ve been waiting for the first look of Ashwatthama. The Vicky Kaushal starrer does seem to be a promising watch and today, the same has been proven. While we’ve not been all that good with the superhero as a genre, after all, it seems to get better.

Kaushal has a couple of releases coming up, Sam Manekshaw’s biopic, among many others. And to add to the list, we have the fantastical tale of Ashwatthama. On the second anniversary of his ever so successful film Uri: The Surgical strike, we were treated with the first look. As the actor went on to share the first look of the poster, the actor expressed his excitement as well.

He wrote, ”Overwhelmed and ecstatic! On the 2nd anniversary of ‘URI-The Surgical Strike’, the team gives you a glimpse into the world of #TheImmortalAshwatthama Cannot wait to get onto this journey with the dream team.”

Check out the first look of Ashwattham as shared by Kaushal right here:

Ashwatthama’s first look sure brings in some interesting glimpses. It is what looks like a representation of the battle, and damage, among other things. Meanwhile, Kaushal is seen posing at the tip of a mechanical hand of sorts while holding onto a weapon. Among other things, we also see what could be a mix of mythology and sci-fi, and it is quite the combination after all.

The Immortal Ashwatthama is produced by Ronnie Screwvala’s RSVP Movies. Aditya Dhar has teamed up with the actor once again, as a director and writer of the movie. A lot of CGI and VFX are likely to be involved and hope the trio is able to cast their magical spell just like the last time.

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There is no such thing as enough of reading and writing, or so I believe. While everything else might cause saturation, words always come to the rescue. A writer for a major part of my life, I take things as they come, but not without a pen and paper.

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