- Vicky Kaushal will be seen rocking through Ashwatthama film
- The film’s first look actor shared
- The film is based on the character associated with Mahabharata
Ashwatthama First Look: In the year 2018, the first film directed by Aditya Dhar (Aditya Dhar) and produced by Ronnie Screwvala and starring Vicky Kaushal, Uri: The Surgical Strike (Uri) Had left no stone unturned to win the heart of. The film also did a decent amount at the box office. Vicky Kaushal was also awarded the National Award for the film. The Uri film has completed two years of its release. In such a situation, a trio of Vicky Kaushal, Aditya and Ronnie Screwvala have released the first look of the upcoming film Ashwatthama, which is a scientific film.
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 of @AdityaDharFilms@RonnieScrewvala@RSVPMovies@ soniakanwar22pic.twitter.com/tYOVQ4FG1P
– Vicky Kaushal (@ vickykaushal09) January 11, 2021
Vicky Kaushal’s upcoming Ashwatthama film is based on a character associated with the chapter in the Mahabharata. Talking about the film, Vicky Kaushal said, “Ashwatthama is Aditya’s dream project and it required visionaries like Ronnie to present it to the audience. It will be a new space for me as an actor where I act. I will be introduced to the new form of technology. Can’t wait to start the journey soon with this amazing team. “
At the same time, talking about the film Ashwatthama, Ronnie Screwvala said, “Every film has its own journey, however, when the team of a national award winning blockbuster film Uri comes together, the expectations are justified. The story will be told in a big way, there is depth in the characters and there will be plenty of visual effects. Language is not a hindrance for this film. We will be able to start shooting this year only. I translate Aditya’s vision on screen Can’t wait to see. I would like to say that this is the most ambitious film we have tried so far and we would also like to take it to a wider audience in India and around the world. “