Actress Disha Patani has never failed to express her love for anime. Often her fans were seen talking about actor anime characters. On Sunday, Disha turned her anime love affair into “slightly stuck at home” as she took on sketching some of her favorite characters from the Tokyo Revenge. “My first attempt to sketch,” she wrote as she shared one of her sketches with her fans. Sharing another picture on her Instagram account, Disha asked, “Who enjoyed the Tokyo Revenge?” Later, she shared her sketches as an Instagram post, with a caption, “When you have a little hobby at home. Hope to get better at it. ”
As soon as Disha shared the post, Tiger Shroff’s mother Ayesha Shroff first commented. “Good island,” she wrote. Disha fans admired her sketching skills and tagged her as a “talented” actor. Read a comment that “Sue Dishapatani also sees Tokyo Revengers”. One of the Instagram users commented, “You’re a very talented mom,” while another said she had a chance to improve. “You can do well Madam, I’m like you too but now I’ve improved a little …. I hope to see more of your drawings,” the comment read.
Disha last appeared in Salman Khan Radhe Your Most Wanted Bhai. The first film directed by Prabhu Deva was the first film to be released simultaneously in theaters and on OTT platforms.
Before work, direction Preparing for Ek Villain Returns. The action thriller is directed by Mohit Suri. The film, a sequel to Suri’s 2014 film Ek Villain, also stars John Abraham, Arjun Kapoor and Tara Sutaria in the lead roles.
“Ek Villain is my passion project and the pursuit of love. The love I still receive for Ek Villain overwhelms me. I’m confident with Ek Villain Returns, the love is going to grow even more. Although I can not reveal much about the movie, I can guarantee it will be a thrilling rollercoaster ride.” Suri said in a statement.
In an interview with Indianexpress.com, the director revealed that “girls are also playing villains” in the second film. Mohit Suri said that along with producer Ekta Kapoor, the filmmaker is “trying to build whole villains and different characters, all of whom are connected to each other.” The film is scheduled to release on February 11 next year.