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Before Ranveer’s #Khilji poster, these character posters gave us the chills
Ranveer Singh in 'Padmavati'
Ranveer Singh's 'Padmavati' posters are out and they are simply hair-raising, to say the least. His menacing look as Alauddin Khilji has cast a spell on social media and people are going berserk over it. Well, so are we! The poster has upped the excitement levels and we cannot wait for the movie to hit the screens on December 1 this year.
Akshay Kumar in '2.0'
For starters, Akshay Kumar's look in the poster is something which we've never seen before. As an antagonist, he essays the character of Crow Man, which is the result of an experiment gone horribly wrong. Anyway, the bottom line is, Akshay has never attempted something of this sort and his scary look has raised the excitement levels.
Sanjay Dutt in 'Bhoomi'
Sanjay Dutt's first poster from 'Bhoomi' gave us goosebumps because it was just so powerful. With a close-up shot of his face with bloody marks, intense eyes and an angry gaze, the man looked ready to seek revenge.
Shraddha Kapoor as 'Haseena Parkar'
Shraddha Kapoor's look as Haseena Parkar in the biopic of the same name will be remembered for a long long time. Not only because the actress ventured out of her comfort zone, but also because she actually brought about the angst of her character very well in the poster and upped the curiosity for the movie.
Vidya Balan in 'Begum Jaan'
Clad in a ghagra-choli with hookah in a hand, Vidya Balan as the madam of a brothel looked damn intriguing in the poster of 'Begum Jaan'.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui in 'MOM'
Nawazuddin Siddiqui's turn as an old man in the poster of 'MOM' looked cruel to the core. He played the role of an investigator but his unusual look earned rave reviews.
Hrithik Roshan in 'Kaabil'
For the first time, Hrithik Roshan played the character of a visually impaired man and the poster which showed him wearing a black hoodie with a stick in hand. It was just too gripping.