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Jagga Jasoos poster: Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif’s vehicle of choice is an ostrich, see pic

Jagga Jasoos poster: Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif's this poster is treat for their fans.

Written by Komal GB Panchal | Mumbai |
December 19, 2016 4:41:13 pm
ranbir kapoor, katrina kaif, jagga jasoos Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif’s first poster from their upcoming film Jagga Jasoos.

Jagga Jasoos fans it’s time to rejoice, the release preparations of the much-awaited film are back on track and the poster came out today. It is a peek into the fun element of the movie’s story, as Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif are seen riding ostriches, which keep us guessing why! The happy moment is that the couple, which is no longer together in real-life, is seen together in this poster and their chemistry looks unbeatably natural and freshly friendly.

Releasing the poster, UTV Motion Pictures, the film’s production company, wrote, “Sometimes, the fastest getaway is an Ostrich! Enter the #WorldofJagga tomorrow! ?? #JaggaJasoos #RanbirKapoor #KatrinaKaif.”

This poster will be followed by a visual trailer releasing on Tuesday, the ‘World of Jagga’, and our sources say, “This piece of content will showcase the fun and adventures that unfold in the life of Jagga Jasoos and it won’t be anything we’ve seen before.”

Director Anurag Basu must be relieved now that his film’s destiny, which was defined by the lead couple Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif’s fallout is looking bringher. The excitement surrounding Jagga Jasoos (finally) makes us want to look forward to tomorrow’s trailer and will give us a deeper insight into the film’s mood, hopefully, and to the final product.


The film is promising to be a great family entertainer and will be releasing on April 7th, 2017.

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