The actor spent two days creating the symbol, which has been approved by his business partner.
Mukesh told Mumbai Mirror: "I have always been attracted to commercial art. In fact, I am a commercial art student. I am very well versed in Photoshop This is not Sonu [Lakhwani]'s company, this is my company and I treat it like that.
"I have known him even before my debut film Johny Gaddar released. Sonu used to handle all my endorsements and appearances.
"Over time, we grew to become very good friends and so, when he wanted to start his company, I decided to join him. Since his company is called Wingman Talent Management, I decided to play around with the concept of wings and the colours red, blue and white. The logo suggests flying high, which is synonymous with the company's goals."
In August, it was reported that Mukesh was alienating his Players co-star Sonam Kapoor by insisting that he teach her dance moves.
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