“He Represents The Southern Film Industry…”

Jackky Bhagnani shares cause behind casting Prithviraj in ‘Bade Miyaan Chote Miyaan’ ( Picture Credit score – Instagram )

Actor-producer Jackky Bhagnani, whose movie ‘Bade Miyaan Chote Miyaan’ will see Malayalam famous person Prithviraj Sukumaran giving a brand new twist to the story, not too long ago opened up on the choice to forged Prithviraj for the half.

He mentioned, “We utterly consider in inclusive cinema and Prithiviraj provides a whole lot of credibility to the movie. He represents the Southern movie trade in an enormous means and with him approaching board, it makes ‘Bade Miyaan Chote Miyaan’, a bilingual movie within the true sense.”

“I believe the viewers will actually get pleasure from Akshay Kumar Sir, Tiger Shroff, and Prithviraj’s mixture collectively below the path of Ali Abbas Zafar,” Jackky Bhagnani, added.

‘Bade Miyaan Chote Miyaan’, which additionally stars Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff, is produced by Pooja Leisure and can launch in 2023.

In the meantime, Pan-India star Prithviraj Sukumaran seems again on his second movie. ‘Bro Daddy’, which was launched a yr in the past. The movie is a household entertainer that holds the viewers’s consideration all through.

Directed by Prithviraj, the comedy-drama stars Mohanlal, Unni Mukundan, Meena, Kalyani Priyadarshan, Lalu Alex, Kaniha, Soubin Shahir and Mallika Sukumaran in outstanding elements.

The film is about two shut buddies, John and Kurian, who wish to get their kids married to one another in order to have the ability to delay their friendship. They’re, nonetheless, unaware of the lives their kids lead within the metropolis and there lies the catch.

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