Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha has been brought on board to create the beautiful wall art at Mumbai's Mahim Beach.
The film marks the Hindi directorial debut of filmmaker Aditya Sarpotdar, known for critically-acclaimed Marathi films "Classmates", "Mauli" and "Faster Fene".
Sonakshi, Luv and Kussh Sinha trio believe that cashing in on their name and film industry background will expand the reach of the Indian art market and enable artists to garner a wider audience.
The film has been written by Avinash Dwivedi and Chirag Garg and was developed from a nascent stage by Salona Bains Joshi, the associate producer on the film.
Directed by Bobby, the film is expected to go on floors in October, says a source
The 33-year-old star took to her Instagram handle and shared a picture of herself getting vaccinated.
Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha has shared a picture and is confused as to call it a Sunday selfie or Sunday state of mind.
The 33-year-old actor, who plays a cop on the show, thanked the makers for giving her the character of Anjali Bhaati.
From the unintelligent and unengaging plot to the poorly written characters to flat dialogues, to clumsy screenplay with major plot-holes, the writing definitely is trashy, tacky and unimpressive.
Sonakshi and Salman have recreated their magic in the film's song "Nain phisal gaye", which was shot in New York.
Sinha said this while attending the 10th convocation ceremony of Whistling Woods International Film School here, along with veteran director Shyam Benegal, institute's founder Subhash Ghai.
She was replaced by Shraddha Kapoor as the actress was busy shooting 'Force 2'.