Kangana Ranaut, who declared Dhaakad last yr, participated in a ‘digital studying session’ with director Razneesh Razy Ghai, author Ritesh Shah and producer Sohail Maklai.
Kangana Ranaut has began making ready for her subsequent movie Dhaakad. The actor, who declared the movie last yr, participated in a ‘digital studying session’ with director Razneesh Razy Ghai, author Ritesh Shah and producer Sohail Maklai.
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It’s a digital script studying session for #KanganaRanaut @RazyGhai , @writish and @SohailMaklai as they begin making ready for #Dhaakad#LockdownScriptSessions pic.twitter.com/SzhGbJzZXp
— Team Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) July 10, 2020
“Dhaakad shouldn’t be only a benchmark movie for my career however will likely be a turning level for Indian cinema as nicely. Sohel and Razy are my pals, and we now have been planning this undertaking for a while. I can’t wait to start out work on this movie,” Ranaut had mentioned in a press release.
Describing Dhaakad as a “one among a form female-lead action movie,” she had mentioned that whether it is acquired nicely, there will likely be no wanting back for ladies in Indian cinema.
Previously, a teaser video clip for the movie confirmed Ranaut wielding machine weapons at an deserted manufacturing unit location. Touted as a high-octane action drama, Dhaakad was initially declared as a Diwali 2020 launch, nevertheless, it took a set-back because of the coronavirus lockdown. A new date has not been declared yet.
The movie has been produced by Sohail Maklai productions and Asylum movies, and co-produced by Qyuki Digital Medi.
Ranaut was last seen in sports activities drama Panga. She will likely be subsequent seen in Thalaivi, a biopic on actor-turned-politician, J Jayalalithaa. The flick is penned by Baahubali and The Dirty Picture writers KV Vijayendra Prasad and Rajat Arora, respectively. Arvind Swami can even play a pivotal function in Thalaivi, which is able to launch in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
She can also be making ready for Sarvesh Mewara’s Tejas where she will likely be essaying the character of an Indian Air Force pilot.
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