First look: Kareena Kapoor plays a doctor in 'Udta Punjab'

Udta Punjab also stars Kareena Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and Punjabi singer/actor Diljit Dosanjh. Their individual looks have also been revealed on social media.

FP Staff April 14, 2016 16:30:09 IST
First look: Kareena Kapoor plays a doctor in 'Udta Punjab'

Earlier this week, Shahid Kapoor revealed his look from his upcoming film, Abhishek Chaubey's Udta Punjab. With long, grungy hair and many tattoos, Shahid Kapoor sports a typical rockstar look, complete with the devil's horns symbol. In a tweet, he revealed his character's name to be Tommy Singh.

Udta Punjab also stars Kareena Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and Punjabi singer/actor Diljit Dosanjh. Their individual looks have also been revealed on social media:

First look Kareena Kapoor plays a doctor in Udta Punjab

Kareena Kapoor and Diljit Dosanjh in 'Udta Punjab'. Images from Twitter.

Kareena plays a doctor in the film, Shivani Gupta, who leaves a cushy job and moves to Punjab to tackle the drug menace, reveals this Bombay Times report. Meanwhile, it is also revealed that Diljit Dosanjh will play a cop, and Alia Bhatt is rumoured to be playing a hockey player in the film.

The trailer of Udta Punjab is expected to release on 16 April.

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