Shraddha Kapoor To Star In Chaalbaaz In London

Today, Shraddha Kapoor revealed that she will star in a new Hindi film called Chaalbaaz in London. It looks like the pandemic won’t stop the film industry from working. With all the precautions and safety measures, the actors and directors are shooting their projects. Talking about the actress’ new film, what’s interesting is that it will be helmed by Pankuj Parashar, who directed Sridevi starrer Chaalbaaz (1989).

On her Instagram page, the Chhichhore actress made the big announcement. She also shared an official announcement promo. T-Series is going to back Kapoor’s new project. Shraddha captioned the post, “CHAALBAAZ in London!!!🔥
SO excited for this! Directed by the one & only Pankaj Parashar and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Ahmed Khan and Shaira Khan.”

It is not yet confirmed if the film is going to be a remake of the 1989 film or not. Are the makers not revealing it yet because they are worried about fans’ reaction? Well, only time will tell. We already saw how disappointed movie lovers were with Coolie No 1 remake starring Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan.

Check out Kapoor’s Chaalbaaz in London announcement post:

In an interview with PTI, Shraddha Kapoor shared her excitement about playing a double role in Chaalbaaz in London. The actress said, “Although there’s a huge responsibility on me, I’m happy that Bhushan sir and Ahmed sir feel that I will be able to pull it off. Also, it’s a great opportunity and a learning experience for me to work with Pankaj sir, who has entertained us for so many years. Looking forward to this journey.”

Director Pankuj Parashar stated that he thinks of no one better than Shraddha to play the lead role. He also thanked Bhushan Kumar and Ahmed Khan for trusting his vision and idea.

Meanwhile, apart from Chaalbaaz in London, the Street Dancer 3D actress has a fantasy drama, Naagin, in the pipeline. It is being helmed by Vishal Furia and will be a trilogy. The actress will also be seen alongside Ranbir Kapoor for the first time in Luv Ranjan’s untitled film. It is slated to release on March 18, 2022. It’s a romantic saga, and fans are excited to see the fresh pairing on screen.

A few days ago, Shraddha Kapoor’s 2019 film Chhichhore won National Award in the Best Film category. The film starred late actor Sushant Singh Rajput along with Varun Sharma, Naveen Polishetty, Tahir Bhasin, Prateik Babbar, Tushan Pandey, and Saharsh Kumar Shukla. The actress expressed her gratitude in an Instagram post that read, “Thank you @niteshtiwari22 #SajidNadiadwala for making me a part of this beautiful film. We miss you @sushantsinghrajput 💫
@fukravarun @naveen.polishetty @tahirrajbhasin @tushar.pandey @saharshkumarshukla @_prat
Thank you National award committee 🙏
Thank you to the entire team of Chhichhore. ♥️”

What do you think of Kapoor’s new film, Chaalbaaz in London? Do you think it is a remake of Sridevi’s iconic film Chaalbaaz? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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