Karan Johar, the popular filmmaker, and producer in the Bollywood film industry recently organized a special screening of Kalank in Mumbai. On Sunday night, most of the film cast and crew attended the premiere show screening. The celebs include Alia Bhatt, Manish Malhotra, Shweta Bachchan, Varun Dhawan, Sonakshi Sinha, Kunal Kemmu, Madhuri Dixit, Aditya Rai Kapoor and more.
The producer Karan Johar has made all the necessary arrangements to release the film 'Kalank' on 17th April. Before watching it officially, Karan organized a special screening of the periodic epic film in Mumbai on Sunday. The filmmakers already released some of the video songs from this film. We can witness the stunning dance performances of Madhuri and Alia Bhatt in the song.
Besides their performance, we can even find spectacular sets in the movie. The film's sets are not less than the movies of Sanjay Leela Bhansali. With this film Kalank, we can see the comeback of Madhuri Dixit and Sanjay Dutt together sharing the screen space. Earlier, the duo worked in the films such as Khalnayak and Saajan.
When the celebs started attending the screening show, Madhuri Dixit looked stunningly gorgeous in her white outfits. Sonakshi Sinha posed in a striking appearance to the photographers. We can witness Karan Johar in a completely stylish avatar at the screening. Besides the Bollywood celebs, the film producer Sajid Nadiadwala attended the premier show alongside his wife.
Alia, Varun, Aditya Rai, and Karan Johar posed to the camera with a simple smile. Apart from the appearances of several stars at the screening, we can find the lovebirds Alia and Varun. The couple has shared the screen space in several films since their first film Student of the Year. They jointly acted in movies such as Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, Badrinath Ki Dulhania, and the upcoming Kalank movie.
Expressing her experiences during the movie-making process, Alia said 'Varun (Dhawan) makes me feel comfortable at work and that’s essential because this is a difficult film. There is moral support when work gets overwhelming. I was shooting Brahmastra and Kalank simultaneously, some days were just impossible to get by.'