Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon have been in discussion for a long time regarding the film ‘Shehzada’. Shahzada is the English remake of the Telugu film Ala Vaikunthapuramlo. Karthik and Kriti are going to be seen together once again in this film. Kriti and Kartik had earlier worked together in ‘Luka Chuppi’ in 2019. Now the news is coming that the shooting of ‘Shehzada’ has started and its release date has also been revealed. The film will hit the audience next year. Both Karthik and Kriti have announced their film on social media. Karthik shared the poster of his film with the fans and wrote, “‘Shehzada’…the poorest prince of the world….” Kriti, on the other hand, shared the poster and wrote, “I am super excited to be a part of ‘Shehzada’. This film, directed by Rohit Dhawan, is releasing in theaters on November 4 next year.” The shooting of this film has started from October 12 in Mumbai on a grand set. Apart from Kartik and Kriti, the film also stars Paresh Rawal, Manisha Koirala, Ronit Roy and Sachin Khedekar in lead roles. In the film, Kartik will be playing the character of South’s superstar Allu Arjun, who Allu played in ‘Ala Vaikunthapuramlo’. Kriti, on the other hand, has replaced actress Pooja Hegde in the film. Renowned music director Pritam will compose the music of this film.
Prabhas asked for Rs 150 crore fee for director Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s ‘Spirit’?
South’s superstar Prabhas is in discussion about his many films these days. At this time he has many films, for which he is traveling from Hyderabad to Mumbai. A few days ago, Prabhas announced a film with director Sandeep Reddy Vanga. But, now the news is coming that Prabhas has asked for Rs 150 crore fee for Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s film ‘Spirit’. According to the report, Prabhas has increased his fees. Sources said that Prabhas has been charging Rs 100 crore for his films till now, but for Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s film ‘Spirit’ he has asked for a hefty fee of Rs 150 crore. It is reported that the makers have agreed to pay such a fee to Prabhas. Apart from ‘Spirit’, Prabhas will be seen in films like ‘Adipurush’, ‘Project K’ and ‘Saalar’. According to reports, Prabhas also has some other projects, which are in talks. He will announce these projects soon. Talking about Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s film ‘Spirit’, then this film will be released in 8 languages including English, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Mandarin, Korean and Japanese. Prabhas will start shooting for this film next year.
Saif Ali Khan Didn’t Get Fee For ‘Go Goa Gone’
Saif Ali Khan is in discussion about his recently released horror comedy film ‘Bhoot Police’. However, this Saif’s film has not been able to do anything special. Now in an interview, he has made an important disclosure about his another horror comedy film ‘Go Goa Gone’. He himself has told that he did not get any fee for this film. In an interview, Saif said that he did not charge any fee for ‘Go Goa Gone’. He said, “The film ‘Go Goa Gone’ was a very niche film. It was a zombie comedy film and it was not made with a commercial approach. It was just a fun idea. I also got money for this film. Didn’t get it because that was the only way to make the film.” ‘Go Goa Gone’ was released in 2013. The film was directed by Krishna DK and Raj Nidimoru. Apart from Saif, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Anand Tiwari and Pooja Gupta were seen in the lead roles in the film.
Kriti Sanon will shift to her new house before Diwali?
These days Kriti Sanon is in discussion about her upcoming film ‘Shehzada’. Now news is coming that Kriti is going to shift to her new house in Mumbai before Diwali. Kriti is from Delhi, but has been living in Mumbai for the last 7 years. This city has given him a lot of name and fame. So Kriti thought of making her new home in Mumbai itself. Kriti has taken her new home in Mumbai and is expected to shift to her new home before Diwali. Kriti Sanon said in an interview, “Hopefully I will be moving to my new house soon. The work is on and if all goes well, I will shift there just before Diwali.” The actress’s festive season is passing in Mumbai, but she also talks about her nostalgia and how she visited Delhi’s fairs. Used to do He told, “I have many memories of Navratri in Delhi. We used to go to different corners of the city for food. Me and my friends used to decide in advance that today they have to go to the fair and tomorrow they have to go to the fair and used to have a lot of fun. We used to wear traditional kurtas and go for dandiyas and enjoy sumptuous traditional food. We used to fast in the family also. Fasting was observed on the first day of the festival or on the last day.