Unlike earlier times, Bollywood is experimenting with its movies and more films are content-driven. Some are based on biopics while some are adaptation of novels. Stars are also taking interest in such kind of films. So, let's see the Bollywood actors who are prepping to star in adaptation of books:
The duo will be seen in The Zoya Factor. Sonam Kapoor brought the rights of two best-seller books to be adapted in films last year. The two books are one is Govinda by Krishna Udayasankar and the other one is Anuja Chauhan book. According to Sonam, these books have all the elements to be converted into interesting Bollywood project. Meanwhile, these two projects, she will be soon seen in an adaptation of The Zoya Factor by Anuja Chauhan. The will be Dulquer's second film and is a rom-com set in the era of 1983 world cup till 2010 when India again won the second world cup.
The talented actress will be starred in the role of Indira Gandhi in film Indira: India's Most Powerful Prime Minister. The makers of the film thinks Vidya is a perfect choice to justify the role. Indira is adapted from the book by Sagarika Ghose Indira - India's Most Powerful Prime Minister. Siddharth Roy Kapur, the producer and her husband is producing the film. The book by Ghose is an autobiography and it highlighted some of the incidents during her tenure.
Parineeti Chopra who is gearing up for the release of her upcoming film Jabariya Jodi opposite Siddharth Malhotra will also be seen in The Girl on the Train. She made the announcement on Twitter. It is adapted from the best seller novel The Girl on the Train written by Paula Hawkins. The book has already been made in Hollywood by Steven Spielber. The Hindi edition will be directed by Ribhu Dasgupta. It will be a love story of a girl who is an alcoholic and separated with husband.
The actor will be seen in Dil Bechara a film by casting director Mukesh Chabbra Dil Bechara earlier titled Kizie Aur Manny. The film shows the story of two teenagers, who are both battling terminal health problems, and find love in each other. It is based on the novel The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. Debutante Mukesh Chabbra will direct the film.
The actor who was last seen Gully Boy and made everyone surprised with his good performance will be seen in A Suitable Boy. He announced two important projects back to back, a film Hurdang starring Vijay, Sunny Kaushal and Nushrat Bharucha in lead pair for which he has already begins filming in Prayagraj. The other is an author-backed role for BBC series to be directed by ace international filmmaker Mira Nair. It is the adaption of a popular bestseller novel with the same name. The novel is written by Vikram Seth and has more than 1300 pages. In the film, he will be seen playing the role of Rasheed, who is a student at Brahmpur University.