Lara Dutta to star in Crazy Hum with Sonakshi Sinha, Aditya Roy Kapur, Diljeet Dosanjh
Lara Dutta is making her big comeback with stage reality film, Crazy Hum, which also has Sonakshi Sinha, Diljeet Dosanjh and Aditya Roy Kapur in lead roles.
Lara Dutta was spotted at IIFA 2017 along with Sonakshi Sinha and Diljeet Dosanjh. Although all other actresses put their best fashion foot forward, Dutta was simply dressed.
Apparently, the film is set against the backdrop of IIFA and Dutta plays a management head at the company, which explains her attire on the green carpet.
So, Dutta was 'in character' the whole time at the award function.
Confirming her involvement in the project, Dutta told India Today, "We have been shooting in New York and it's been a madhouse with amazing energy on the sets.
I'm very excited to be a part of this film. Also, for the first time we are exploring a new genre of stage reality film."
The actress was last seen in a lawyer's role in Azhar and with Crazy Hum, she will make her big comeback after going on a sabbatical after the birth of her daughter.
Crazy Hum will reportedly have a hoard of stars making cameo appearances. Salman Khan, who also performed at IIFA, is going to feature in them film. Filmmaker Karan Johar, too, has reportedly been roped in to play a pivotal role in the stage reality film.
The film is being jointly produced by Vashu Bhagnani and Wizcraft.
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"The industry was in a different space back then. You were cast because a glamourous actress had to be cast in a film. You were invariably playing the hero's girlfriend or wife. I got tired of it," Lara Dutta said.