Jayeshbhai Jordaar First Look: Ranveer Singh looks 'jordaar' in Gujarati avatar
Jayeshbhai Jordaar First Look: Ranveer Singh looks 'jordaar' in Gujarati avatar

After having wrapped up the shoot of Kabir Khan‘s ’83, Ranveer Singh is all set to start shooting for his upcoming film Jayeshbhai Jordaar.

We had earlier reported that the film will be going on floors in November and will be shot in Gujarat and Mumbai. The makers have now started shooting for the film and have released the very first look of Ranveer form the movie.

Looking bewildered in the first look, Ranveer Singh is seen sporting a moustache with side-partitioned short hair. Looking like a proper Gujarati man in his polo t-shirt and high waist denims, the first look has only increased anticipation for this Divyang Thakkar’s directorial.

Jayeshbhai Jordaar First Look: Ranveer Singh looks 'jordaar' in Gujarati avatar

Though the makers are yet to make a formal announcement about the leading actress of the film, it is reported that Shalini Pandey, who played the lead actress in the Telugu film Arjun Reddy has been cast opposite Ranveer Singh.

Jayeshbhai Jordaar First Look: Ranveer Singh looks 'jordaar' in Gujarati avatar

Talking about the project, Ranveer Singh had earlier said that the film is a miracle script. He said that the sheer brilliance of the writing compelled him to immediately green-light this project.

The film will be backed by Maneesh Sharma, who made his directorial debut in Ranveer Singh’s first Hindi film, Band Baaja Baraat in 2010. The film is written and directed by debutant filmmaker Divyang Thakkar,

Meanwhile, Ranveer Singh will soon be seen on the big screen playing the role of ace skipper Kapil Dev in the Kabir Khan directorial. Apart from ‘83, Ranveer will also be seen in Karan Johar‘s magnum opus, Takht.

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