The official first look poster of Vijay's "Puli" was released on the midnight of 20th June. It goes without saying that the actor's look has impressed his legion of fans.

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  • Here is the official first look poster of Vijay's 'Puli'.null
  • A first look poster from Vijay's 'Puli'.IB Times India
  • A poster from Vijay's 'Puli'.IB Times India
  • Vijay's 'Puli' on the cover page.null
  • The first look of 'Puli'.IB Times India
  • A movie still from Vijay's 'Puli'.null
  • A poster from Vijay's 'Puli'.null
  • A look of Vijay in 'Puli'.null

But earlier in the day, a magazine had revealed some posters of the movie, which raised a lot of expectations on the official poster.

Nonetheless, it became a big reason for Vijay's fans to celebrate the occasion. The birthday (22 June) celebration of the actor has begun early for them. Click Here to See More Photos

Coming back to the official first look, the look has impressed the audience and they are praising it to the heavens. The photos of Vijay clearly indicate that the actor will be seen as a warrior. In some pictures released by the magazine, he is seen wielding a sword and his avatars might remind you of his looks in "Asaka Laska" song from Shankar's "Nanban".

Meanwhile, the makers will release the official teaser on the night of Sunday, 21 June. This will pave way for the birthday celebration of Vijay, who turns 42 on Monday. However, this time, the actor will not be in Chennai on the special day as he is holidaying with his family in London.

Twitter Trends:
The fans of Vijay have started the trends related to "Puli" on Twitter. The celebration is expected to rule the social media for the next few days.

"Puli", which is made with the budget of ₹100 crore, is directed by Chimbudevan. The movie is produced by PT Selvakumar and Shibu Thameens. It has Kannada superstar Kiccha Sudeep, Shruti Haasan, Hansika Motwani and Sridevi Kapoor in key roles.

It is likely to hit the screens on 17 September, on Ganesh Chathurthi.