Director Shankar Signs A Huge 2-Movie Deal With Kiara Advani!

Kiara Advani has been roped in for 2 movies by director Shankar; one opposite Ranveer Singh and the other opposite Ram Charan.

Shrudi Shyam

March 26, 2021

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Tamil Director Shankar has been in the news lately for his upcoming film Indian 2 starring Kamal Haasan. The film was one of the most awaited films this year, but according to reports, the work on this film has been stopped by the director and would resume in May. Meanwhile, it is heard that the 2.0 director has recently signed a huge move deal with Kiara Advani.

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Owing to the break taken by Shankar in the filming of Indian 2, which was a sequel to his 1996 film titled Indian, the director now wishes to finish off his other projects. As a part of his 2-project deal with Kiara Advani, Shankar has signed her for a film opposite Ram Charan. This duo has already impressed the audience with their brilliant performance and sizzling chemistry in Vinaya Vidheya Rama. It would be a treat to watch this duo again in Shakar’s upcoming film. It is also reported that this film will be shot in 3D, similar to the director’s last film, 2.0.

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Shankar has also signed Kiara for another movie under his direction. This movie is reported to be a remake of the popular Tamil film, Aniyan. Kiara will be seen in the movie opposite Ranveer Singh. Ranveer Singh will be seen essaying the role of a person with Multiple Personality Disorder. While Kiara will be seen playing his love interest.

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Recently, Kiara had grabbed headlines when the actress rejected a movie by Murad Khetani titled, Apurva. The reason for this was reported to be the film being a low-budget film. Kiara will be next seen in Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Shershaah and Jug Jug Jiyo.

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