First Look at the New Gulaabi Street

Published: 11th November 2014 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th November 2014 06:04 AM   |  A+A-

It seems like everything is finally going well for Gulaabi Street, which had gone through a rough patch. The film has now been taken over by a new team of producers including Santosh Srinivas, Gurudutt K, Pallavi and industrialist Ravi Prakash Bhatt investing in the film. Gulaabi Street which was supposed to be directed  by  first-timer Pradeep Varma and go on floors in June, was stalled because of the differences between various team members. As a result of this, Pradeep left the project and then there  was news that Parapancha director Krish Joshi was writing and directing the film. Unfortunately, due to a delay in his own film shoot, we now hear, that Krish has only managed to write the script and will not be helming the film.

When we asked Santosh, one of the producers, to shed some light on this, he said, “Yes Krish is not directing our movie because he is still busy with Parapancha. We have roped in another director, whose details will be revealed when  we are ready to officially talk about our project.”

Though the makers were not ready to reveal much, we hear that the shoot has started silently and in fact the first schedule of the film has been completed. Their next schedule will start from the third week of November. However, leaked pictures from the sets of Gulaabi Street reveal that the woman-centric film focuses on the fashion world.  The film stars Meghana Goankar, Shweta Pandit and Harshika Ponacha. They have also shortlisted a few faces for the male lead which will be finalised in a few days.

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