P.K. Poster
Aamir Khan Does 'Unthinkable'; Poses Naked in 'P.K.' First PosterTwitter/RajkumarHirani

Aamir Khan for the first time has shed his clothes for the first look of his upcoming film "P.K". The first sensational look of  the upcoming film is out and Aamir looks sizzling hot in it. 

The "Dhoom 3" actor bared it all with just a transistor covering his front. "P.K." poster is said to be one of the boldest poster released in recent times.

The actor will reportedly bare it all in the introduction scene of the movie, DNA reported. Reports have been doing the round that Aamir is playing the role of an alien, who lands on earth and since he is from another world, he doesn't know what to wear.

Along with the first look, the makers of the film have also released the official motion poster on YouTube.

Earlier, the makers had planned to release the first poster on 24 July, i.e. before the release of Salman Khan's film "Kick".

"Initially, Aamir wanted to release the first look of the film on July 24, a day before Kick released. But that would mean entering Salman's space, where the film was highly anticipated as well. So the plans were then dropped," a source told Deccan Chronicle.

Meanwhile, the first look has created fan frenzy on Twitter. And after the bold poster, Aamir fans are now waiting for the trailer of the film.

Previously, there were reports that the trailer of the film might release on 15 August, same day as Shah Rukh Khan's "Happy New Year" trailer is releasing.

But latest reports suggest that Aamir dropped the idea of releasing the promo of the film on Independence Day.

"Raju (Hirani) told Aamir that releasing the first look on a day when Ajay's film would release, along with Shah Rukh's promo, would lead to P.K.'s first look being overshadowed. Aamir took note of Raju's point and dropped the idea," the source said.

"P.K." is one of the biggest and much awaited films of 2014 starring Aamir, Anushka Sharma and Sushant Singh Rajput in key roles. The film is helmed by ace director Rajkumar Hirani and will release on 19 December.

Watch the first motion poster of "P.K." here: