The promotional crusade for “Tiger Nageswara Rao” is in full swing as the trailer launch is programmed for October 3. In anticipation of the trailer release, the team has been unveiling character posters; today, they revealed the first-look poster of Jisshu Sengupta. He represents the character of CI Mouli in this action-packed drama. The poster depicts Jisshu Sengupta in a nervous moment, attempting to apprehend someone amidst a riot.
Jisshu Sengupta, a protruding Bengali actor, has been actively involved in Tollywood and gives the impression of having taken on a compelling role in this Ravi Teja starrer. “Tiger Nageswara Rao” is fashioned by Abhishek Agarwal for Abhishek Agarwal Arts and geographies Nupur Sanon and Gayathri Bharadwaj as the female leads. The PAN Indian film is established to hit screens on October 20, 2023.
Jisshu U Sengupta’s receiver did not stop ringing since his first look poster of the fierce cop CI Mouli since ‘Tiger Nageswara Rao’ has been revealed. While the excitement is already super high for his Bengali whodunit ‘Dawshom Awbotaar,’ where he plays a serial killer, his unbelievable transformation in ‘Tiger Nageswara Rao’ has raised a few eyebrows. This Ravi Teja-starrer Telugu film will see Jisshu in concert as the main antagonist.
The unveiling of Jisshu’s first expression poster as the evil cop CI Mouli generated immense buzz on social media, with fans eagerly sharing and commenting. The poster dramatically detentions a moment with Jisshu chasing someone amidst a chaotic scene. It’s plain from this and his other engagements that the veteran actor is on a roll in Tollywood.
Jisshu’s versatility shines in Bengali cinema, and he has evolved into a versatile actor over the past few years. He has portrayed a myriad of characters, from a spiritual fakir in ‘Eh Je Chilo Raja’ to the unnerving antagonist in ‘Rajkahini.’
In a recent conversation, Jisshu contemplated if Bollywood had yet tapped into his full potential as an actor. He expressed that although Bollywood might still be discovering its range, the Telugu industry seems to recognize it. His role in ‘Tiger Nageswara Rao’ as an unrepentant villain promises to shift how audiences perceive his abilities.
In an endeavor to diversify his on-screen persona besides steering away from repetitive roles, notably after often playing the dedicated husband in Bollywood, Jisshu took up a more unclear character in ‘The Trial’. His manager’s advice, the allure of working with the commended director, and the chance to share the screen with the celebrated actress Kajol, whom he deeply compliments, influenced his decision.