Abhishek Bachchan Starts Filming The Big Bull, Shares The First Look Poster And It Is Fierce
Abhishek Bachchan shares the first look poster of his upcoming movie The Big Bull, as he starts filming the movie. Directed by Kookie Gulati and produced by Ajay Devgn, Kumar Mangat and Anand Pandit, it will mark AB Jr.’s return on screen after a year’s gap
Sharing the clapboard of the movie titled The Big Bull actor Abhishek Bachchan confirmed of his next going on floors just a day ago. Today he again took to his social media handle to share the first look poster of the movie sharing the film’s current status. The poster has bull bearing the words ‘Abhishek Bachchan in and as The Big Bull’, the byline of the title is the unreal story. Hmm. That’s a twist. What do you think the plot would be, any guesses?
Abhishek’s caption read, “The Big Bull - an unreal story. Now filming!” further tagging the director Kookie Gulati and producer Anand Pandit, Ajay Devgn and Kumar Mangat in his post. Abhishek last portrayed a subtle character of Robbie in Anurag Kashyap’s romantic drama Manmarziyaan which released in 2018, post which he did not return to a film set for a while. And now he is back with a bang. Going by the poster we have several thoughts in our mind on what possibly this film will be based on such as stock market because of the bull or maybe something got to with bullfight profession or something completely out of the box, only time will tell.
Apparently it is being reported by several publications of actress Ileana D’Cruz being roped in for a pivotal role in the movie. It marks the reunion of actors Abhishek Bachchan and Ajay Devgn, after their comic caper Bol Bachchan, which released in 2015.
Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan were roped in for project titled Gulab Jamun, but unfortunately, it fizzled out.
Image Source: Instagram/AbhishekBachchan
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