Jagga Jasoos: Govinda's unrecognisably quirky look revealed from Ranbir, Katrina's film
Govinda will share the screen space with Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif for his special appearance in Anurag Basu's Jagga Jasoos.
The trailer, posters and songs of Anurag Basu's upcoming action comedy adventure Jagga Jasoos have created quite a buzz among Hindi cinema viewers. Now, Govinda's look from the film has also been unveiled and the actor looks almost unrecognisable in his peculiar getup.
The picture shows Govinda sporting a beard and long hair with braids. The lead actors of the film, Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, stare at him rather intently through their spectacles. Thus, it is a given that he will be seen in a guest appearance in the film.
While this will mark Govinda's first collaboration with Ranbir, it will be his second with Katrina after David Dhawan's 2007 comedy Partner in which the two were paired together.
Govinda will certainly bring the same level of quirkiness that the film has been reflecting ever since the trailer was out months ago. He was last seen earlier this year as the lead actor in Aa Gaya Hero.
Jagga Jasoos also stars Sayani Gupta, Karan Wahi and Saswata Chatterjee. It is co-produced by Ranbir's Picture Shuru Entertainment, Basu's Ishana Movies, UTV Motion Pictures and Walt Disney Pictures. It is slated to release on 14 July along with Michael Bay's Hollywood science fiction action Transformers: The Last Knight.
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