Janhvi Kapoor And Ishaan Khatter Are Fighting Over Their Director Shashank Khaitan

As we know Late Sridevi's elder daughter Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter will be seen in the film backed by Karan Johar's production house, Dhadak.

This is the debut film of Janhvi while Ishaan has made his debut from Beyond the Clouds. Well, we have seen how they hang out together but the first time the newbies seen fighting over their director Shashank Khaitan.

On Instagram, both the upcoming actors fighting through the story. Here, have a look at the screenshots of their fight:

#1. Janhvi posted his video with the caption:

#2. Here what Ishaan has written:

#3. Then she blamed him for copying her:

#4. And, he hit back at her:

When Shashank asked about the new actors he said, “They are great people and are very hardworking, these are two things that I always look for in actors. They are good people who respect others and are dedicated to their work and ready to give their best,” he said in an interview.

While, Shashank in an interview told, “The basic premise is of differences in caste, honor killing and what it means to survive in that world and I feel that is the conflict that is alive all across India, you will hear stories like that. So in that sense, the basic premise (of Dhadak and Sairat) is same. But there are variations. My story is based on another setup… It is (set) in Rajasthan. It comes with its own challenges, conflicts, and style of a love story.”

Dharma Production's Dhadak is scheduled to release on July 20, however, the film is the remake of popular Marathi film, Sairat. Well, it's a cute fight!

 

by Admin | Tue, May 29 - 11:55 AM

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