Sara Ali Khan And Chitrangda Singh Join Vikrant Massey In Laxman Utekar’s Next
Reports of Sara Ali Khan and Chitrangada Singh being onboard for Laxman Utkar’s next opposite Vikrant Massey.
Some confirmed sources say, “Sara had a closed meeting with Dinesh Vijan and Laxman Utekar, the director of Mimi. It was for Laxman’s another which is once more within the cut of living space but with a fun, social bend to it. The script was bolted a few months back and Dino completely cherished it.”
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Sara will presently decide if she will do the film or not.
As per some more confirmed sources, “Laxman did need another on-screen character on board but dates were not accessible. Presently, Sara has preferred the portrayal and is most likely to take it up. Her next venture, ‘The Undying Ashwatthama’ has been put on an uncertain backburner and she certainly needs a film like this more than anyone else.”
Daughter of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh, Sara Ali Khan is seen as the enormous thing of Bollywood after she was seen opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in the movie Kedarnath and Karan Johar’s movie Student of the Year 2.
In the wake of working together for ‘Atranig Re’, Sara Ali Khan is set to rejoin with Aanand L Rai’s next creation film which is named, ‘Nakhrewali’. Sara will be seen essaying the titular role in the film.
Sara has effectively wrapped up Rai’s ‘Atrangi Re’ which additionally stars Akshay Kumar and Dhanush. A source near the advancement uncovered, “Sara Ali Khan and Aanand L Rai teamed up for the first for ‘Atrangi Re’. The couple delighted in chipping away at their first task. The crowd will see an exceptional result once the film comes out.”
Luka Chuppi has been directed by Dinesh Vijan, who has been getting a charge out of a dream run at the box office with both his past wanders, Hindi Medium and Stree, gathering deafening commendation at the box office. With Luka Chuppi as well, the certainty is clear. Separated from his up-and-coming film, the maker was moreover in news as of late for taking the choice of not discharging his movies in Pakistan in wake of the horrifying Pulwama assault on 14 February. He said, `that everything ought to not be compared with commerce. “It’s a horrendous thing that has happened and we ought to stand in solidarity with the nation and its warriors.