Vishnu Vishal makes fans nostalgic as he shares unseen photo from first film Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu
South actor Vishnu Vishal took a trip down the memory lane as he shared an unseen picture from his first-ever movie shoot on Instagram. The actor's young and rugged look is a must-see.by Harshita Pant
Tamil actor Vishnu Vishal who shot to fame with the psychological thriller Ratsasan has become one of the leading faces in the South Indian film industry. However, success came late for the 36-year-old who made his acting debut in the Tamil sports drama Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu. Last seen in the 2018 action-comedy Silukkuvarupatti Singam, Vishnu recently made headlines after he got engaged to shuttler Jwala Gutta.
The actor who is quite regular on Instagram keeps updating his fans and followers with posts related to his work as well as personal life. His latest upload belongs to the former category. Taking to the photo-sharing app, the Ratsasan actor made his over 700k fans nostalgic with his throwback click.
Sharing an unseen click from the first-ever movie shoot of his debut film Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu, Vishnu who looked comparatively young in the snap and sported a rugged look. While his face was bruised, he wore what looked like a yellow jersey.
"Unseen pic from my first movie photoshoot.. Thot i shud share..#VennilaKabadiKuzhu #throwback #nostalgia," he captioned.
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Released in 2009, the Tamil sports drama was written and directed by the then-newcomer Susindran who is also a lyricist and screenwriter by profession. Vishnu who played the role of Anand Chakravarthy in the film spent months training for his part. The film opened to positive reviews which also earned the actor a nomination in the Vijay Awards for Best Debut Actor.
Meanwhile, on the personal front, the actor recently exchanged rings with his lady love and badminton player Jwala Gutta a few days ago. The two, who had been dating for some time now, decided to take their relationship to the next level on Jwala's 37th birthday, September 7.
He is set to appear in three films including Jagajaala Killadi, F. I. R., and Mohandas.