Vijay Deverakonda refers Liger as confessed it to be his most mentally and physically challenging role till date.
Vijay Devarakonda is one of Telugu Cinema’s popular actors. One if the leading actors, his acting resume boasts of many performances as the leading man. Some of his most memorable roles have been in movies such as Pelli Choopulu (2016), Arjun Reddy (2017), Mahanati (2018), Geetha Govindam (2018), Taxiwaala (2018) and Dear Comrade (2019). However, his role as an alcoholic who resorts to Self-Destruction in the movie Arjun Reddy won him Filmfare Award for Best Actor-Telugu. Also, he won the SIIMA Best Actor (Critics) Award for Geetha Govindam. Vijay shared Liger’s Poster, and referred to it as his most challenging role ever. Liger stars Ananya Panday, Rohit Roy and the World famous Boxer Mike Tyson.
An ardent fan gets Vijay’s Face and Signature Tattooed on Back.
Actor Vijay Deverakonda’s looks are nothing less than a Greek god. Vijay shared Liger’s Poster and met his hard core fan who had the actor’s name and signature tattooed on her back. The fan was totally in shock and awe on seeing the actor. The actor gave her a warm Hug. Liger is already in news for this is the first time Deverakonda and Mike Tyson are pairing up. He wished the Boxing legend on his 56th Birthday with an epic video on Instagram. He wrote “Happy Birthday @miketyson. I never even dreamt of meeting you, forget all the things I got to do with you. You are a memory for life. “Tyson has finished dubbing for the pan India movie `Liger`, which features Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday in the lead roles.
Liger releases in September. Movie to be released in five languages
Sharing the poster, Vijay Deverakonda referred to it as his most challenging role ever. Mike Tyson`s acting portions were shot in the US. `Liger` is helmed by Puri Jagannadh and will release on August 25 this year. The movie shall release worldwide on September 9 in five languages-Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam but was postponed due to the rising COVID-19 cases at that time.