Motion Poster of Jaguar to be Released for Ugadi

Sharath Kumar and Meena play parents to Nikhil in the movie, which requires him to play two shades.

Published: 05th April 2016 04:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th April 2016 04:38 AM   |  A+A-

The makers of Nikhil Kumar-starrer Jaguar have decided to release the motion poster of their movie on Ugadi as the debutant actor starts with his next schedule from April 11. As per reports, the first look will reveal the other shade of the actor in the film.

The actor elaborates, “ I will start the fighting sequence soon and I will have to wear the Jaguar look. Knowing today’s technology, there will be somebody who might click the picture on the sets and post it on social media. So, we thought of an official reveal of the look.

Motion.jpgWithout revealing much, the actor says that Jaguar might turn out to be a new character in town after its release. “While I have one shade of mine playing an MBBS student, a different side of me requires a costume, so that nobody recognises me. He is not a super hero, but a character close to reality,” he says.

On a lighter note, Nikhil says that he is fulfilling all his mother’s wishes. “My mother wanted to see me as a doctor or an engineer, which I can fulfill through playing such characters in the film. I told her that we are the luckiest people to portray all kinds of characters,” he chuckles.

Meanwhile, the makers have roped in Sharath Kumar and Meena to play the actor’s parents. The two actors will start shooting soon and they will be coming in a flashback episode. “I will not be shooting with them. Probably, we three might come together in the climax which is yet to be confirmed,” says Nikhil.

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