After the first poster of Aamir Khan's much awaited film, "P.K." garnered tremendous buzz from the audience, the makers have now decided to launch the second poster in a quick stream-line.
The first poster released on 1 August, where the perfectionist bared it all with just a transistor covering his front, went viral and is currently the most talked about topic on social networking sites.
Taking the buzz a notch higher, the "Dhoom 3" actor will reveal the second poster of the film on 15 August, reported The Times of India.
The upcoming poster is considered to be an unexpected and quirky, much like the prequel. With such expectations, it would increase the curiosity among the audience and take the buzz surrounding the movie to another level. Aamir is said to be working with his creative team on the second poster.
"P.K." directed by Rajkumar Hirani, will have the 48-year-old play a dual role, as an alien and God. Apparently, the story revolves around how the alien lands on Earth and puts on several avatars in order to survive on the planet.
As the second poster is releasing on 15 August, it appears to be a big day in Bollywood as Ajay Devgn's "Singham Returns" too will hit theatres the same day along with the first trailer of Shah Rukh Khan's big budget "Happy New Year."
With such big releases, it now remains to be seen who among the top actors will catch the audience's fancy in the coming week.
It should be pointed out that Aamir's nude poster has already enhanced the curiosity among the fans and movie-lovers, despite some audience objecting for the obscene poster and claiming that the nudity look would boost negative promotions. In such a case, it might be a challenge for "Happy New Year" and "Singham Returns" to steal the limelight.
"P.K." also stars Anushka Sharma, Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjay Dutt in the main roles and is set to release worldwide on 19 December. Meanwhile, Shah Rukh's upcoming flick has several A-listed stars, including Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan and Sonu Sood and will hit the theatres on 23 October.