Anushka Sharma, Hrithik Roshan To Be Seen In Farah Khan’s Next?

Anushka Sharma, Hrithik Roshan To Be Seen In Farah Khan’s Next?

Director Farah Khan has a wealth of films under her belt and her next one could feature Anushka Sharma and Hrithik Roshan who will be seen together for the very first time

Farah Khan is a renowned name in the Bollywood industry and fans have been waiting to hear all about her next project. Meanwhile, what we have been hearing about is a film by her starring Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone, and Anushka Sharma. While we may not have heard a lot about it, reports are now suggesting that actors Anushka Sharma and Hrithik Roshan have been given a nod for the movie. Further reports suggest that they have most certainly been locked for the film and that the film is most likely to go on floor in the first quarter of the coming year.



Further, if reports are to be believed, then Farah Khan is looking at an early release of 2021. The project is all set to see Rohit Shetty partner with her for the film, where he will not only be producing the film but also directing it. If this is the case, then fans will definitely be in for a treat because both Farah Khan and Rohit Shetty have an impressive list of films which can be credited to them including the likes of Om Shanti Om, Happy New Year, Simmba and Chennai Express.

And of course, with Anushka Sharma and Hrithik Roshan coming together for a film for the very first time, fans are hoping to see one big Bollywood blockbuster. Anushka Sharma was last seen in Anand L Rai’s Zero in which she starred alongside Shah Rukh Khan. Hrithik Roshan on the other hand was last seen in War alongside Tiger Shroff.



Meanwhile, there is speculation that Farah Khan’s next film is a remake of the Amitabh Bachchan starrer Satte Pe Satta however, these reports are yet to be confirmed. This leaves us wondering what the Anushka and Hrithik-starrer could be about. Either way, fans and ourselves are excited to see what Farah Khan has in store for us with these two actors.

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