Ranveer Singh's Jayeshbhai Jordaar Avatar's Photos Leaked: Check Them Out Here
Ranveer Singh essays a man who believes in equal rights between males and females in the society. The photos show him clad in a zig-zag print jacket and a moustache!
From gangster feels in Gully Boy to exuding royalty in Padmaavat and officer vibes in Simmba, superstar Ranveer Singh holds a plethora of versatile roles to his credit. There is no character that he does not give it his all to and no performance that he does not knock out of the park. His films are always highly-anticipated and a delight to watch. A week ago the actor announced the completion of his forthcoming film Jayeshbhai Jordaar, a Divyang Thakkar directorial. And before we knew it, pictures of Ranveer have taken the internet by storm in a jiffy! The leaked images see Ranveer as a typical Gujarati businessman.
Ranveer Singh in Jayeshbhai Jordaar
Ranveer essays a man who believes in equal rights between males and females in the society. The photos show him clad in a zig-zag print orange and white zipper jacket, with a moustache completing his look. The first look of the movie was unveiled in December last year. Boman Irani plays Ranveer’s father in the project and pictures of the on-screen father-son duo have also made a mark on social media.
Speaking about his character to Hindustan Times, Ranveer earlier said, “Jayeshbhai is an unlikely hero, an ordinary man, who ends up doing something extraordinary when he’s hurled into a threatening situation. He is sensitive and compassionate, and believes in equal rights between men and women in a society that is deeply rooted in patriarchal ideals and practices.” He added, “Jayeshbhai presented an exciting challenge to me in terms of deconstructing myself in order to transform into a kind of character I’ve never inhabited before.” Talking about the film as a whole, he mentioned, “Jayeshbhai is a film with a big heart. In its concept as well as in its appeal, it encompasses the broadest spectrum of the cinema-loving audience – it’s a film for everyone! It is, in fact, a ‘miracle script’ that YRF found for me out of nowhere.”