Kabir Duhan Singh will be seen locking horns with Sai Dharam Tej in director Anil Ravipudi's "Supreme," which is slated for release on May 5. He is excited about his stylish look in it.
"Supreme" is a romantic action entertainer featuring Sai Dharam Tej and Raashi Khanna in the lead. Kabir Duhan Singh is playing a stylish baddie in the film. "I play the main antagonist, a rich businessman, and lock horns with the hero, and I'm glad to be shown as a stylish villain again," the actor said in an interview to the Hans India.
Kabir Duhan Singh made his acting debut as Chota Nayak — the antagonist — in the Telugu movie "Jil" in 2015. He forayed into Tamil films with Ajith's "Vedalam." He has played negative roles in 10 movies in two years. "Supreme" features him in a stylish avatar again after the movie "Jil." He says he has put in a lot of effort for the fight scenes.
"It is one of the most physically gruelling experiences and I had to endure a few body blows and bruises to pull off the action sequences. My style quotient has gone up considerably in the action-comedy. It's a welcome change for me to come back like how I was portrayed in my debut film 'Jil'," Kabir said.
The actor also said he had a great time working with Anil Ravipudi and Sai Dharam Tej. "He (Anil) shoots with great clarity and knows when to cut the scene. Also, the way he visualises action sequences is also innovative," Kabir said. "He (Sai) is hard working and is humble despite coming from reputed family," he added.