Abhishek Bachchan starrer directed by Priyadarshan to go on floors on 5 June in Dharamsala

Priyadarshan's family comedy starring Abhishek Bachchan to go on floors in Dharamsala on 5 June confirms the director

IANS February 15, 2018 18:10:48 IST
Abhishek Bachchan starrer directed by Priyadarshan to go on floors on 5 June in Dharamsala

Thiruvananthapuram: Priyadarshan's upcoming film in which actor Abhishek Bachchan will play the lead role, will commence its shoot in Dharamsala on 5 June, said the director.

Abhishek Bachchan starrer directed by Priyadarshan to go on floors on 5 June in Dharamsala

Abhishek Bachchan. Image from News 18.

"The script is ready. We are considering a few to play the heroine's role. We have a few options and will be finalised soon. Then we will move on to others in the cast line," Priyadarshan told IANS over phone from Chennai about the family comedy.

This will be the 93rd film of his career that has entered the 36th year.

In Bollywood, this is going to be his 27th film as a director.

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