Vijay Deverakonda’s Latest Monochromatic Portrait Will Make You Fall In Love With Him All Over Again

Say whatever, Vijay Deverakonda is the hottest, sexiest and cutest man we know as of know. Post his Arjun Reddy, Vijay has captured everyone’s imagination and well, his new picture will leave you smitten once again

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Vijay Deverakonda’s Latest Monochromatic Portrait Will Make You Fall In Love With Him All Over Again
Vijay Deverakonda is someone who can make any girl go weak in her knees. He is a charmer, has a hot physique and looks that can kill. Well, Avinash Gowariker, an ace photographer captured this beauty in his lenses and oh boy, we are so flattered. A new portrait of Vijay has made it to the internet and we are at a loss of words. The image has been shared by the photographer himself with the caption, “PostPackUpShot with @thedeverakonda... calmly intense ..”.

In the image, we see Vijay staring right back at you with his hair and beard finely set. He has his fingers caressing his beard. It is a black and white image, something that the photographer specializes in, hence, more the impact. This man can easily leave behind Hollywood’s biggest stars when it comes to being alluring, sexy and impactful. Take a look at the image below:

Vijay, who was last seen in Dear Comrade, is expected to make his Bollywood debut soon and frankly, we can’t wait to see him in Bollywood films. He was recently in Mumbai for a brand shoot with Kiara Advani and then he dined with Karan Johar and Manish Malhotra. We are hoping that some sort of film was discussed over this meeting and he’ll soon venture into Hindi cinema. While Karan has already purchased the rights of his film Dear Comrade. Possibly, Vijay will take forward his character and venture into Bollywood with the Hindi remake of his own film. Or maybe not! We are just guessing…

Image Source: Instagram/avigowariker
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