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Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone to reunite for Sanjay Bhansali’s next
Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone to reunite for Sanjay Bhansali’s next
By Admin Jan 03, 2018 0 Comments

As per the reports coming, Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone may reunite for Sanjay Bhansali’s next film.

While waiting for his next release Padmavati, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali seems to have start planning for another film. As per the reports coming, Sanjay is keen to work with Shahrukh Khan. Sanjay and Shahrukh last worked together in Devdas (2002). The movie was a hit at the box office and won several awards including the best movie, actor and director. Since then their fans are waiting for another movie from this deadly duo. Few months ago, rumours were rife that Shah Rukh and Bhansali will collaborate for a film based on the life of famous poet Sahir Ludhianvi. However, the rumours turned out false.Now, the big news for SRK fans. As per the reports coming, Shah Rukh and Sanjay are seriously looking to work together. They have found the right script and the film is expected to start next year. The reports also suggest that Sanjay is keen to board his favorite Deepika Padukone. If this turns out to be true then we will once again witness the blockbuster SRK-Deepika jodi on big screen. Shahrukh and Deepika have worked together in blockbuster films like Om Shanti Om, Happy New Year and Chennai Express. Deepika is currently waiting for the release of her most ambitious film Padmavati. Her upcoming movies include an untitled film with Irrfan Khan. It will be directed by Vishal Bharadwaj. Shah Rukh is busy shooting for his next film. An untitled Anand L Rai film is slated for 21 Dec 2018 release.

Sridevi, who ruled the silver screen in the 1980s,
Admin - Mar 21, 2018

Sridevi, whose irresistible cocktail of indigenous oomph and gift for connecting with the audience filled up cavernous single-screens and took her to the pinnacle of popularity in the Hindi, Telugu and Tamil film industries, died in Dubai on Saturday night. She was 54, reports said. Pure gold at the box office, Sridevi could also turn out sensitive performances – Moondrum Pirai (Sadma in Hindi), Lamhe and, more lately, English Vinglish to name just three – with equal felicity and feel.