Simmba: First look of Rohit Shetty's Ranveer starrer released

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The film is produced by Karan Johar and Rohit and is the remake of the Telugu film Temper. "Watch this space...." Now on Thursday morning, we were treated with a quirky Ranveer Singh in his insane avatar donning a big moustache and the uniform of a policeman. The first poster of the film was shared by Ranveer through his Twitter account. This will be the first time people will see him performing so many action sequences.

The poster has shown a notorious Ranveer Singh playing a cop and the film has been scheduled to be released on December 28, 2018. Rohit Shetty and Karan Johar have collaborated for a new cop movie titled Simmba and Ranveer Singh plays the lead. Wow. Yay.

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Ranveer, who is dressed as a quirky policeman, sports a pair of tinted sunglasses and a hook style moustache, looks every bit the entertainer he is. Top director Rohit Shetty will direct the movie and the regular shoot will kick-start soon.

This is the first time, Karan Johar and Rohit Shetty will be joining hands for a film.

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The source added, "There have also been reports that Ranveer may lend his name as a co-producer, under his mother's (Anju Bhavnani) name, along with the producer of the Telugu film Temper, Bandla Ganesh". He (Ranveer) connects with the masses and for me, he is a superstar.

Tammanaah Bhatia is the likely leading lady of the film though there is no official announcement yet. Co-starring Alia Bhatt, Gully Boy is a tribute to all the street-rappers of India.

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