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What after 83 for Ranveer Singh in B Town?

As Ranveer Singh gears up for his next film 83, the Gully Boy actor has few more films lined this year. We heard about his presence in Karan Johar’s film Thakt with Alia Bhatt and others, while now we hear that once he completes 83 the film on Cricket World Cup-winning in 1983, he will be starting a Yash Johar film, which is based on a Gujarati play called Jayeshbhai Jordaar. The film will have the same title and it will have Ranveer Singh paying the role of a Gujarati in it.

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The film will be produced by Aditya Chopra under the banner Yash Raj Films, while it will have Divyang Thakkar as its director who is doing his debut in direction with this film. He is also the writer of the film. As the actor checked the script he liked it and called it to be a miracle one, while the venture will be an entertainer set in Gujarat having Aditya and Maneesh Sharma its producer. The film is expected to hit the floor this October, which means it will happen before the Magnum opus – Thakt of Karan Johar.

Talking about the film, the Simmba actor said that the film comes with a big heart and has an interesting idea that remains the appeal of the film. It carries a wide range of stuff that would attract the audience of broad spectrum. He said it would be everyone’s film and he is lucky to get it from the Yash Raj Films. He said he is impressed with the brilliant writing and it has compelled him to choose it as his next film after 83. The makers are also happy to cast Ranveer Singh in this movie, and if you remember it was Yash Raj Films that gave him his first break in Bollywood with films like Band Baaja Baaraat opposite Anushka Sharma.

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