After Jehangir's birth, Kareena Kapoor Khan is all set to turn producer for a thriller
ByFunAsia 10 Aug 2021 09:26 AM 130

Kareena Kapoor Khan is all set to turn a producer with a smooth, tense, trendy spine thriller. Months after her subsequent pregnancy, the entertainer worked with Ekta Kapoor's Balaji Telefilms for an untitled endeavor. Hansal Mehta will coordinate the film, which conveyed the most outstanding OTT achievement, 'Sacm 1992'. Bebo's first production film inspired by real-life events and the story will be set in the UK. The film is planned to go on floors soon.

Eager to turn maker interestingly, Kareena Kapoor Khan said, "Exceptionally respected and eager to fill in as a maker on this movie with Ekta whom my family has known for quite a long time and of course to be coordinated by Hansal interestingly. I'm a colossal fan of Hansal's movies, and to be working with him interestingly will be exceptional. There are many firsts on this film, and I can't stand by to start this excursion." Ekta Kapoor said about the coordinated effort, "Kareena Kapoor Khan is an explosive blend of star force and ability. We worked together in 'Veere Di Wedding,' which was most likely the greatest hit featured by a female star. The second time's consistently an appeal, and I'm sure this one also will invigorate the crowds. To have Hansal Mehta, perhaps the most productive movie producers of our occasions, recount this story makes it all the seriously invigorating! Prepare for perhaps the most fascinating and stunning standard movies so far!"

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Enthused about the film, movie producer Hansal Mehta said, "Our point with this film is to make a crisp, grasping and irritable thrill ride with Kareena playing a person that I am trusting will do equity to her tremendous ability as an entertainer. I anticipate wandering on this excursion with Ekta and Kareena, both of whom have achieved such a great amount in their separate vocations and are supreme forces to be reckoned with."

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