After much anticipation, the first look of Nawazuddin Siddiqui's character from Petta has finally been unveiled. The 'Sacred Games' actor took to his official Instagram account to share the first look poster of his character 'Singaar Singh' from the film along with a caption which read, "First Look of #SingaarSingh in #PETTA"

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First Look of #SingaarSingh in #PETTA @sunpictures @karthiksubbaraj

A post shared by Nawazuddin Siddiqui (@nawazuddin._siddiqui) onDec 5, 2018 at 4:55am PST

The photo featured the 44-year-old actor giving an intense look that left fans asking for more. It also announced him in and as SingaarSing'. Bollywood's house of talent Siddiqui is known for playing varied content-driven roles and has delivered some exceptional performances in movies like Manto, Raees, Manjhi-The Mountain Man and Badlapur.

The makers of the film had recently shared Vijay Sethupathi's first look from the movie, Vijay has an intriguing look in the poster and was seen holding on to a smoking gun. It also gave the audience a glimpse of Rajinikanth, who will be seen playing the lead in the film. Rajinikanth's look from the film was also unveiled a few weeks back.

Earlier this week, the first track titled Marana Mass also released and received immense appreciation from the audience. Giving their fans a treat, the makers are gearing up for a grand audio launch on December 9. The flick also features Bobby Simha, Trisha, and Simran. The Karthik Subbaraj directorial is slated to release in 2019.

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