After 'Padmavati', Shahid to do another film with Sanjay Leela Bhansali?

03/17/2017

MUMBAI, Mar. 17: 'Padmavati' will be the first time that Shahid Kapoor will be seen working with Sanjay Leela Bhansali in a career span of 14 years. While there are many controversies around the film, rumour mills are abuzz that Shahid is to join hands with SLB on a yet another film post the completion of 'Padmavati'.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali is known to repeat actors, he has worked with Salman Khan and Aishwarya on two films, and Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are shooting their third film with the ace director. And a recent report in a leading daily suggests that the director is keen to work with Shahid on a film post 'Padmavati'.

A source close to the daily revealed, "It is the kind of film Shahid should be doing. It's what his fans want to see him in. It is a light-hearted rom-com with a lot of dancing. It's the kind of film that his audiences have always loved. He has heard the script and liked it. He is getting a final narration and soon after, he might sign it. SLB is producing the film, and it will be directed by a new director."

 

 

 


The source further added, "The film is titled Tuesdays And Fridays. It's the kind of film Shahid needs after a taxing film like Rangoon. He has been wanting to do a commercial film that connects with the masses and the classes, unlike 'Shaandaar', which was too nice and didn't connect with anyone. Shahid is returning to this genre after a long break. He has been trying to woo back audiences. And this is the space that has always worked for him."(TOI)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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