Fardeen Khan To Mark His Bollywood Return With Sanjay Gupta’s Visfot

The news is finally out Fardeen Khan to bounce back in B-Town with Visfot



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Fardeen Khan is the Gen X of the Bollywood industry who’s portrayed number of various characters and memorable performances in films such as All The Best: Fun Begins, Khushi, Heyy Babyy, No Entry, Fida and much more which are today’s cult movies which are quality rich in content storyline and entertainment. The actor has been off the books of Bollywood for a while and was seen visiting Mukesh Chabra which sparked the light of hope to see him back in action. The paps in town recently snapped him after his incredible transformation where he looked all fine and lean in his new look. Paps and fans were all over in love once again.
Speaking of his comeback in Bollywood, Fardeen recently nodded a yes and will be seen in the Sanjay Gupta directorial Visfot. This come back is after staying away for 11 long years away from the silver screen. Fardeen Khan, who was last seen in the film ‘Dulha Mil Gaya’ in 2010.
“I am really happy that Fardeen and Riteish are teaming up for this extremely special project. My team and I put in every bit of our blood, sweat and tears to make each of our projects count. This film has been in the works for a while and I’m proud to say that ‘Visfot’ will roll by the end of the month. We’re geared up for this”, said Visfot director.
The actor will be starring in the official remake of the Venezuelan film, Rock, Paper, Scissors (2012) which was selected as Venezuela’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 85th Academy Awards. Fardeen Khan will be teaming up with Riteish Deshmukh for the action flick. Fardeen and Riteish had last worked together in 2007’s comedy caper Heyy Babyy with Akshay Kumar. The two will be seen together after 14 long year refreshing so many memories. However, this time around, the actors will be playing starkly different characters.
What’s the excitement quotient to see Fardeen back on the big screen? Well, we’re all over the roof.

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