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While the actor did not mention if the new look was for his upcoming film, it has generated great curiosity among fans.

Abhishek Ambareesh made his acting debut with Amar a few months ago and received a good response for his performance. Since then, there have been various reports about his next film. Recently, Abhishek posted a photo of himself on Instagram creating ripples among his fans’ circle. He did not mention if the look was for his upcoming film but there has been positive response to it.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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While his new look has generated great curiosity among fans, even his contemporaries in the film industry like Nikhil Kumar, All OK, Danish Sait and director Chaitanya Karihalli M have also complimented the young actor on his new look. However, we need to wait for an official statement about Abhishek’s next.

Keeping political differences aside, actor Nikhil Kumaraswamy, son of former Chief Minister of Karnataka HD Kumaraswamy who lost against Abhishek’s mother Sumalatha in the Mandya Lok Sabha elections earlier this year, commented on Abhishek’s new look and wished him good luck for his upcoming film.

Abhishek’s debut Amar hit the marquee on May 31 amidst a lot of expectations. Directed by Nagashekar, the film was bankrolled under the banner Sandesh Productions. Amar’s technical crew comprised Arjun Janya for composing music, Satya Hegde to crank the camera and Sania Sardhariya to design the costumes. The film had Tanya Hope playing the female lead. A major portion of the film was shot in picturesque locations in Switzerland, giving the audiences a visual treat. Darshan played a small role in the film, which turned out to be a major attraction. There is also a song in the film that features Darshan.

Both the lead actors in the film, Abhishek and Tanya Hope, played motorsports enthusiasts in the film and the crux of the story revolved around it. They underwent training in motorsports before the shooting began to fit into their characters. A major chunk of Amar was shot abroad considering the nature of the subject.

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