Jaane Jaan New Poster: Kareena Kapoor's Eyes Do All The Talking

"The thrill is just around the corner," Kareena wrote in the caption

Jaane Jaan New Poster: Kareena Kapoor's Eyes Do All The Talking

Kareena shared this image. (Courtesy: KareenaKapoor)

New Delhi:

Kareena Kapoor is on a roll. The Kurbaan actor will have back-to-back releases. Kareena Kapoor is all set to make her OTT debut with Sujoy Ghosh's Jaane Jaan. Kareena shared a brand new poster from the movie on Saturday. In the poster, Kareena can be seen staring into the camera intensely. The film will release on Netflix this month. Kareena shared an update about the movie on her Instagram on Saturday. The trailer of the movie will be released on September 5. Announcing the date, Kareena wrote in the caption, "The thrill is just around the corner... and it's coming to you in 3 days! #JaaneJaan trailer 3 Days to go."

Take a look at the post here:

Earlier, Kareena tickled fans' curiosity with a teaser of the movie. In the teaser, Kareena can be seen lipsyncing the evergreen song Jaane Jaan from Intaquam. Jaideep Ahlawat and Vijay Varma can be seen in an intriguing setting. Kareena wrote in the caption, "Jaane Jaan is coming on our very own Jaane Jaan's birthday @kareenakapoorkhan Mark your calendars for a present like no other. #JaaneJaan arrives 21 September, only on Netflix!"

Take a look at Kareena's post here:

Earlier, Kareena said she feels like a newcomer ahead of her web debut. She said in a statement, "I am excited to be coming on Netflix with a very special project . After 23 years, this feels like a new launch and I have the jitters of a newcomer! Audiences will see me in a role I have never played before, with a story that is so unique and thrilling. Netflix has always showcased films from different parts of the world in the most authentic manner, backing artists who love what they do and giving them a platform to reach 190 countries! I am looking forward to seeing the viewers react to a role that I believe is one of my best!"

Jaane Jaan by Sujoy Ghosh is based on The Devotion of Suspect X, the 2005 bestselling novel by Japanese author Higashino Keigo.