Shahid Kapoor and Vikramaditya Motwane to resume working on AK vs SK soon
Vikramaditya Motwane has revealed that he and Shahid Kapoor have mutually decided to work on their currently stagnant film AK vs SK in the near future.
Lootera director Vikramaditya Motwane has a lot on his plate right now. He is currently directing Harshvardhan Kapoor in Bhavesh Joshi and plans to revive AK vs SK, his film with Shahid Kapoor, which is stagnant at the moment, as per Mumbai Mirror.
Motwane also said that he and Shahid have mutually decided to work on the film in the near future.
However, they do not have a date in mind yet. Earlier there were reports of the actor walking out of AK vs SK after shooting for a bit. However, the reason still remains unknown.
Apart from his projects, the filmmaker-producer also revealed that he has worked with two kinds of actors.
He said there are actors like Rajkummar Rao who give the perfect shot in a single take with maximum effect and then there actors like Sonakshi Sinha who use the first take as a practice shot and then deliver their best in the second.
Motwane had directed Kumar in Trapped, and Sinha in Lootera, alongside Ranveer Singh. His upcoming Bhavesh Joshi will also mark the debut of Shreiyah Sabharwal in Bollywood. The film will have Nishanth Kamath play the villain. As per the same Mumbai Mirror report, the film went on the floors last year before getting stalled thrice.
Trapped has a promising premise and is interesting to begin with, but is unable to maintain those interest levels through its 102 minutes and 56 seconds running time.
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