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'Manush': Second look from Jeet's film unveiled on Bijaya Dashami and Dussehra
Photo courtesy: Jeetz Filmworks Team

'Manush': Second look from Jeet's film unveiled on Bijaya Dashami and Dussehra

| @indiablooms | 24 Oct 2023, 03:01 pm

Kolkata/IBNS: On the occasion of Bijaya Dashami and Dussehra, the second look of Tollywood superstar Jeet from upcoming Bengali film 'Manush' was unveiled by the makers on Tuesday.

In the second look, Jeet shares the poster with his co-actor Jeetu Kamal.

The film, which is touted to be an intense action yet an emotional drama, is expected to feature the two actors in an onscreen face-off.

Jeet is seen in his most violent yet a cold  avatar so far in the poster with a thick beard.

Photo courtesy: Jeetz Filmworks TeamPhoto courtesy: Jeetz Filmworks Team

The rugged look and the eyes filled with emotions, will tug at the heartstrings of the audience.

While Jeetu Kamal's strongly made presence in the poster is still keeping the audience in a question of being a friend or foe in this film.

The film, which is produced by Jeet, Gopal Madnani and Amit Jumrani on the banner of Jeetz Filmworks, is slated to release on November 24.

Jeet was last seen in 'Chengiz', a Bengali film which had a pan-India release in multiple languages.

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