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Yami Gautam Joins Husband Aditya Dhar for a New Project Post Uri: The Surgical Strike and Dhoom Dhaam, Reports Say

Yami Gautam and Aditya Dhar, the husband-wife duo who have previously worked together on the films Uri: The Surgical Strike and Dhoom Dhaam, are set to team up once again for a political thriller. The film, which is still in the early stages of development, is said to be inspired by true events. It will be directed by Aditya Suhas Jambhale, a talented filmmaker who has previously worked on the Marathi film Naal.

The film will be produced under Aditya Dhar’s banner B62 Studios. This will be the third film that the couple will work together on. Yami Gautam is currently shooting for the film OMG 2, which is a sequel to the 2008 film OMG: Oh My God!. She will also be seen in the film Dhamaka, which is a Hindi remake of the South Korean film The Terror Live.

Aditya Dhar is currently working on the film The Immortal Ashwatthama, which is a sci-fi action film starring Vicky Kaushal. I am excited to see what this talented duo will create together. A source close to the development told PinkVilla that Yami Gautam and Aditya Dhar are teaming up for a political thriller inspired by true events. The film will be produced by Aditya Dhar under his banner B62 Studios and directed by Aditya Suhas Jambhale, a two-time National award-winning Goan filmmaker. Jambhale has previously directed critically acclaimed short films like Aaba…Aiktaay Na?, Kharvas, and Amritsar Junction, and has also directed a feature film for Aditya Dhar’s banner, which is soon expected to release on Jio Cinema.

The film is said to be a hard-hitting drama that stars Yami Gautam in the role of a strong-willed woman trapped in unusual circumstances. The yet-untitled film is expected to go on floors in September 2023 and will be filmed mostly in Delhi and Kashmir. There is no official confirmation from the representatives of both Yami Gautam and Aditya Dhar on this project, but fans are eagerly awaiting further updates.

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