Luv Ranjan confirms Ranbir Kapoor is keen on collaborating in upcoming film; effect of Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety success?
Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety director Luv Ranjan says while he met Ranbir and discussed working together, he does not have a script yet.
After the success of Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, which crossed Rs 100 crore earlier this week, director Luv Ranjan may pair up with Ranbir Kapoor for his next.
Deccan Chronicle reports Luv confirmed he met Ranbir and they talked about working together. "Ranbir and I have met and want to work with each other soon. But there is no script yet," he was quoted as saying.
With Ranbir possibly entering the picture, it is likely that Kartik Aaryan may not be a part of Ranjan's next. Ranjan could be looking to do away with the casting monotony by replacing his lucky charm with a more established star.
Meanwhile, Luv has started working on his next production which is being directed by Akiv Alvi. The director said that the shooting of the film began in January and should be wrapped up in the next five months. He shared that this project has bigger names like Ajay Devgn and Tabu.
Highlighting the tonality of the film, Luv added that Devgn will be seen in an out-and-out rom-com mode in this film and fans would get to cherish Tabu's comic timing too. It will be an urban romatic comedy involving two middle-aged lovers.
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