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Alia Bhatt shares the first look of the most awaiting film Gangubai Kathiawadi

Gangubai Kathiawadi makers have introduced two posters, which make a perfect mix of simplicity and fierceness, to begin with.

Gangubai Kathiawadi First Look is out and 2020 began with the impressive logo of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Gangubai Kathiawadi, released yesterday, on a bang note for Alia Bhatt and fans. While fans had every reason to hope, another surprise dropped in a while ago with the actress’s first character look, as promised yesterday by the makers.

The filmmakers of Gangubai Kathiawadi have released two posters, which make a perfect mix of innocence and fierceness, to begin with. Alia Bhatt’s first poster sees in a young look as she offers a blouse, a skirt with braided hair, but the highlight remains to be the pistol placed on the table, and that’s a lot of sign of the powerful woman she’s heading for. Whereas the second poster offers a close look at her character’s aggressive personality. From smokey eyes to red bindi and headstrong faces, obviously behind the curtains we’ve been fascinated by designers, a lot is going on.

We’ve seen Alia perform some eccentric roles previously in movies like Highway and Gully Boy. Nonetheless, the first look of Gangubai Kathiawadi looks like it will be another feather in the cap of the actress.

A while ago Bhansali Productions chose their Twitter account to reveal the poster as they wrote, “Strength. Power. Fear! One look, a thousand emotions. Presenting the first look of #GangubaiKathiawadi. In cinemas 11 September 2020.”

The film will see a release in September as announced, and these are all the reasons we now have to celebrate! Although details about the entire cast are still under the covers, Vijay Raaz is seen playing a crucial role in the movie.

After being seen at the Bhansali office, Vijay disclosed when asked on the same, “There’s a film called’ Gangubai.’ I play a small part in it.’

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