Singham Again‘ is one of the most awaited franchises next year. The excitement is just building up ever since the film has gone on floors. This is Rohit Shetty’s fifth movie in his cop universe and it’s touted to be bigger than ever. It boasts of a big star cast – and will see Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh coming together along with Deepika Padukone, Kareena Kapoor Khan. Tiger Shroff is also a part of the film, he’s the new entrant in the franchise.Arjun Kapoor is rumoured to play the negative guy in the film, though, there’s been no confirmation yet on that officially.
While first Deepika Padukone and Akshay Kumar’s first looks from the film were unveiled a while ago, now the makers have dropped first stills of Kareena Kapoor Khan. She plays Bajirao Singham’s (Ajay Devgn) wife Avni Bajirao Singham in the movie. Rohit Shetty shared the first look and he said, “Meet the strength behind Singham…Avni Bajirao Singham…We first worked together in 2007…3 blockbusters till now. Golmaal Returns, Golmaal 3, Singham returns..And now working on our fourth project… Singham Again…16 year long association. Nothing has changed, Bebo is still the same, simple, sweet and hardworking.”

Kareena re-shared Rohit’s post and said, “It’s about time… ???????????? Rejoining forces with the cop verse ????” The actress can be seen injured in this picture with a gun in her hand. Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar and Ranveer Singh also shared Bebo’s first look. Ranveer wrote, “FIERCE!!! ????The captivating KAREENA KAPOOR KHAN as Avni ♥️”
Meanwhile, Akshay wrote, “Avni Bajirao Singham returns…mess at your own risk!.” Ajay said that she’s Singham’s strength.
Singham Again’ sees Deepika play a police officer. The film is touted to release around Independence Day 2024.

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