Amitabh Bachchan’s official look in ‘Chehre’ out, Big B looks flamboyant in spectacles


Amitabh Bachchan’s look in Chehre

Amitabh Bachchan is without doubt one of the busiest stars in Bollywood. The celebrity, who’s in his late seventies has over 5 movies ready for theatrical launch. Treating his hundreds of thousands of followers worldwide, Bachchan’s solo poster for the upcoming psychological drama Chehre was formally launched on Monday. The movie which is slated to launch on April 9 additionally stars Emraan Hashmi and the trailer of the movie can be unveild on March 18.

Within the new poster of the movie, Huge B is seen in a flamboyant look. He wears a classy cap and spectacles with a stable black body, and strikes an intense look within the close-up shot. The spotlight, nevertheless, is his beard, tied neatly beneath the chin.

Each Emraan and Bachchan took to social media to announce the discharge date of the trailer and shared the poster of the movie together with the announcement.

“Adaalaton mein justice nahi judgement hota hai, insaaf nahi faisla hota hai. #Chehre trailer out on 18th March! Watch #Chehre in cinemas on ninth April. #FaceTheGame.” 

The thriller thriller drama has been directed by Rumy Jafry. Apart from Amitabh and Emraan, the movie additionally options Krystle D’Souza, Annu Kapoor, Dhritiman Chatterjee, Raghubir Yadav, and Siddhanth Kapoor.

The movie was earlier purported to launch on April 30 however has been rescheduled for April 9.

Chehre has recently made headlines for Rhea’s disappearance from the posters of the movie, resulting in speculations of her being ousted from the mission.

Aside from Chehre, Huge B additionally options in Ayan Mukerji’s forthcoming enterprise Brahmastra alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, and the Ajay Devgn directorial movie MayDay. His different upcoming movie is an untitled mission with Prabhas and Deepika Padukone and Nagraj Manjule’s Jhund.

Jhund is about how the protagonist, performed by Huge B, makes use of soccer to instil a way of duty and objective within the lives of a bunch of slum children.

–with inputs from IANS

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