Kareena Kapoor Khan might be seen in Ashutosh Gowariker's Hindi remake of Aapla Manus after Veere Di Wedding

Kareena Kapoor Khan has reportedly given her node to Ashutosh Gowariker to play Iravati Harshe's role in the Hindi remake of Marathi film Aapla Manus.

FP Staff February 27, 2018 12:30:17 IST
Kareena Kapoor Khan might be seen in Ashutosh Gowariker's Hindi remake of Aapla Manus after Veere Di Wedding

Kareena Kapoor Khan has reportedly given her nod to Ashutosh Gowariker for the Hindi remake of Marathi hit Apala Manus.

Kareena Kapoor Khan might be seen in Ashutosh Gowarikers Hindi remake of Aapla Manus after Veere Di Wedding

Kareena Kapoor Khan. Facebook

DNA reports that Ashutosh approached Kareena for the film and they have had a couple of meetings. Now, Kareena would finally give her nod once the makers decide on her co-actors, script and a few other important factors involved in the film.

Directed by Satish Rajwade and produced by Ajay Devgn, Apala Manus is an adaptation of Marathi play Katkon Trikon written by Vivek Bele. Devgn's maiden Marathi production features Nana Patekar, Iravati Harshe and Sumeet Raghavan in key roles. The story revolves around a couple living with an elderly parent where unexpected situations would make them face several emotional and relationship challenges. The film has received great reviews by the critics till now. If finalised, Kareena will be seen playing the role that Iravati played in the Marathi version, as stated in the same report.

Kareena is currently busy with Veere Di Wedding directed by Shashanka Ghosh, with Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhasker and Shikha Talsania in other important roles. It is co-produced by Anil Kapoor Productions and Ekta Kapoor's Balaji Telefilms. Th film is slated to release on 1 June.

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