Ravi Kishan dons a woman avatar in Tigmanshu Dhulias Bullett Raja

Things haven’t changed much since Shakespeare’s times - when young male actors used to don women’s garbs and play Cleopatra or Desdemona.


With cross dressing getting immensely popular in B-town, actors such as Aamir Khan, Ritiesh Deshmukh, have created a new trend altogether! One of the most popular actors in Bhojpuri, Ravi Kishan will also be seen making a grand entry in this list!

Ravi Kishan who made an entry into Bollywood a few years back, will be seen in Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Bullett Raja which stars Saif Ali Khan and Sonakshi Sinha in the lead roles.


Buzz is that, this popular Bhojpuri actor, will be seen donning a woman’s look for a particular seen in the movie. Ravi Kishan who will be playing a woman for the first time on screen, is seen in a green and pink choli along with a lot of jewellery including bangles, earrings and necklace.


Ravi Kishan had this to say about his look of a woman in the film, “I have never done something like this before and I would give all the credit to Tissu bhai (Tigmanshu) for this. He makes it so easy for an actor, thanks to his sheer clarity. I liked taking up the challenge and I hope the audiences will love my new ardhnareshwar avatar in Bullett Raja”


Fox Star Studios Presentation, A Brandsmith Motion Pictures and Moving Pictures Production. Bullett Raja releases on 29 November 2013.

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