Sonu Sood On His First Portfolio: ‘Those Days I Thought These Were The Best Pictures’ – News18

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Sonu Sood is excited for his directorial debut Fateh. (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Sonu Sood surprised everyone with unseen pictures, flaunting a well-toned body in a denim dungaree.

Sonu Sood recently delighted his followers by reminiscing about his early days and sharing his first portfolio on Instagram. The actor surprised everyone with unseen pictures, flaunting a well-toned body in a denim dungaree. What caught the attention further was a nod to his upcoming directorial debut, Fateh.

In his post, Sonu Sood also revealed that he roped in his close friend and photographer Ronny Kaula for a role in his film Fateh. The star wrote, “My first Portfolio. Those days I thought these were the best pictures clicked ever shot by @ronnykaula who became a close friend post my shoot. Now I casted and directed him in a very interesting role in Fateh. We just switched our roles of being in front and behind the camera.”

Meanwhile, the actor is super excited about his directorial debut Fateh. Earlier this year on March 16, the makers unveiled the teaser of the film, offering a glimpse into the thrilling world of cybercrime. The film’s tagline, ‘Never Underestimate A Nobody’ stood out for the fans. The biggest action film has Sonu taking on the quadruple roles of actor, director, writer, and producer.

Speaking about his contribution to the film as a writer, Sonu shared, “I have been quite blessed so far, I have had opportunities to have played roles in various languages. Being around films and having worked on all these projects, I have picked up a couple of things here and there. This is the first time I’ll be working on the story too.”

Starring Jacqueline Fernandez in the lead role, the film has surely created a lot of anticipation among fans. Not long ago, the actor also announced the induction of Naseeruddin Shah in the film. In a post featuring both Sonu and Naseeruddin, the actor wrote, “Welcome on board, Naseer sir. Directing someone I have admired all my life was so special. You will be proud of FATEH sir.”