Indoo Ki Jawani: Student of the Year 2 actor Aditya Seal joins cast of Kiara Advani's coming-of-age comedy
Indoo Ki Jawani marks the directorial debut of Bengali filmmaker Abir Sengupta.
Aditya Seal, who was last seen in Student of the Year 2 as Manav Singh Randhava, has joined the cast of upcoming comedy Indoo Ki Jawani. The actor told Mumbai Mirror that he will not be playing a typical hero, but someone who is "very real and people will connect with."
"Yes, I am a part of this comedy of errors. I have to master a separate lingo for the film. Why? That will be revealed in the film," said the actor. He also said that he has already started preparing for the role. The film will feature Kiara Advani as Indoo Gupta, a feisty girl from Ghaziabad, and her tryst with dating apps.
Kiara welcomed Aditya to the team and shared a message via her official Twitter account.
— Kiara Advani (@Advani_Kiara) July 23, 2019
Aditya also shared his experience of using dating apps, saying that he had joined Tinder once out of curiosity. He said that he deleted the app within three days, adding that he felt like "a bait of fresh meat."
Backed by Madhu Bhojwani, Nikkhil Advani, Niranjan Iyengar and Ryan Stephen, Indoo Ki Jawani will mark the Hindi directorial debut of Bengali writer-filmmaker Abir Sengupta. Filming will begin in September this year.
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