“The Sets are Breathtaking”: Madhuri Dixit thrilled about her look test for Kalank
BY ANUJ RADIA
It has become known that Madhuri Dixit is busy shooting for Total Dhamaal where she will be seen opposite Anil Kapoor.
The comedy film will see the two reunite after over a decade. Not just that, Madhuri also has Kalank in his kitty where she will reuniting with Sanjay Dutt after 20 years.
After a phenomenal day on Total Dhamaal‘s set, an ecstatic Madhuri tweeted that she is excited to be on the sets of Kalank which, she claims, looks breath-taking.
Her tweet read: “Just finished my shoot with @AnilKapoor and #indrakumar on the sets of #TotalDhamaal and was phenomenal as usual. Now arrived at the sets of #Kalank with @karanjohar for the look test. The sets are breathtaking. Can’t wait for you to see both films!!”
Abhishek Varman’s Kalank will see an ensemble cast including Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Sonakshi Sinha and Aditya Roy Kapur in the lead roles.
Karan told a leading daily, “Kalank has been an emotional journey for me. A germ of an idea that I had nearly 15 years ago; a film that was in pre-production stage helmed by my father. I am now proud to pass it on to the capable and visionary hands of our director, Abhishek. The film is a beautifully structured story by Shibani Bathija, and has an exceptionally fluid narrative and screenplay by Abhishek.”
The film will be jointly produced by Sajid Nadiadwala who said, “April 18, 2014, was when 2 States had released, and now on April 18, 2018, Kalank begins its journey. This multi-starrer has a story that will cross all borders and will be historic in the true sense of the word. I am genuinely happy to be back with the team, as this film is special to all of us.”
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