Sara Ali Khan totes Ranveer Singh’s Simbaa, her second film after Kedarnath

Sara Ali Khan joins Ranveer Singh and Rohit Shetty for Simbaa. This will be her second film after Kedarnath.

Even as her debut film Kedarnath has been taken, Sara Ali Khan has agreed upon Rohit Shetty’s Simbaa starring Ranveer Singh.

Sara Ali Khan joins Ranveer Singh and Rohit Shetty for Simbaa. This will likely be her second film after Kedarnath.
As Sara Ali Khan’s debut vehicle Kedarnath pushes ahead after being embroiled within an unattractive controversy, Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh’s little princess has bagged just one more high profile task, Rohit Shetty’s upcoming film Simbaa starring Ranveer Singh. The film is a cop play with Ranveer participating in a rambunctious policeman.

Company Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions distributed the news headlines on Twitter, ” A stunning fresh face + the unlimited energy of a superstar + the art of the two 2 biggest filmmakers = BLOCKBUSTER already!? #Simmba. @karanjohar @apoorvamehta18 @RanveerOfficial #SaraAliKhan #RohitShetty @RelianceEnt @RSPicturez.”

The film has Ranveer participating in Sangram Bhalerao and the film is likely to release on December 28 this year.

 

Loosely based on Jr NTR’s Temper, it was reported that the film may also star Priya Prakash Varrier who became an right away feeling with a teaser from her film Oru Adaar Love heading viral. “We have bought the rights of Temper but our film is nearly a remake. We wished to take four-five views from Temper but we thought it’s easier to buy the rights. It’s what we do with Singham,” Rohit acquired earlier said.

Sara happens to be focusing on Abhishek Kapoor’s Kedarnath opposite Sushant Singh Rajput. The film was said to be her Bollywood debut but an unpleasant fight between the director and makers seems to have delayed the job which has already been postponed once. However, the film starring Sushant Singh Rajput along with Sara is back again on paths with release night out in November.

Ranveer happens to be working in Zoya Akhtar’s film Gully Guy that is based on Mumbai’s neighborhood rappers.

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