Neil Nitin Mukesh, Karan Singh Grover, Kay Kay Menon to star in thriller film titled Firrkie
Karan Singh Grover is all set to wear his actor shoes in an upcoming film named Firrkie co-starring Neil Nitin Mukesh and Kay Kay Menon.
While Neil Nitin Mukesh has a string of films - Indu Sarkar, Golmaal Again and Saaho - to release this year and the next, Karan Singh Grover hasn't been seen for a long time now. His last film Hate Story 3 released in 2015 and since then, he has only been seen at award functions, in social media posts or events in general. Now, Grover is all set to wear his actor shoes in an upcoming film co-starring Neil.
According to a report by Mumbai Mirror, Grover has signed a thriller, tentatively titled Firrkie. The film also stars Neil Nitin Mukesh who has a key role. Along with them actors like Jackie Shroff, Sandeepa Dhar and Kay Kay Menon are speculated to be part of the project.
The film is produced by HyperBees Media, Naresh Bansal and Vipul Tiwari. It will reportedly be directed by Ankoosh Bhatt who has previously directed films like Mumbai Mirror (2013) and Bhindi Baazaar Inc (2011), reports Mumbai Mirror.
The speculations rose further after Ankoosh Bhatt posted a picture with Neil and Grover on his Twitter account last month:
— Ankoosh Bhatt (@ankoosh_bhatt) June 7, 2017
However, putting these speculations to rest, Neil Nitin Mukesh posted the first look of the film on Twitter on 25 July.
The film is supposed to be shot entirely in the UK, especially London, during a 40-day schedule, adds the Mumbai Mirror report.
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