Radio Jockey Malishka Now To Make Bollywood Debut With Vidya Balan
Malishka said in an announcement: “I initially met Vidya at St. Xavier’s College when I was a noob and she was at that point heading commended execution boards of trustees for Malhar celebration. I have affectionate recollections with her and she is among the sweetest and best individuals I’ve met.”
“I found her over and over when she was at advertisement shoots and keeping in mind that I was all the while choosing which some portion of the media I needed to join.”
Vidya was even prepared by Malishka for her part in Rajkumar Hirani’s “Lage Raho Munna Bhai”. Also, now, they will star in the T-Series and Ellipsis Entertainment’s forthcoming film.
Malishka stated: “Vidya and I are back in each other’s lives. I was pleased to get a call from Atul (Kasbekar) and Tanuj (Garg) to be a piece of this excellent fun film. I seek after a lifetime of brushes with silver screen since I am an entertainer.”
“I’ve for a long while been itching to act and God realizes that I lose no chance to be one before the general population that know me or in front of an audience. Yet, to have the capacity to do a film with a performing artist of such substance is a benefit. I can’t hold up to shake and roll.”
On-screen characters Manav Kaul and Neha Dhupia will likewise include in the Suresh Triveni directorial.
Delivered by Bhushan Kumar, Tanuj Garg, Atul Kasbekar and Shanti Sivaram Maini, “Tumhari Sulu” discharges worldwide on December 1.
Sulu lands herself a startling occupation of a RJ, who grapples a late-night appear, known for its voyeuristic quality and semi-grown-up shenanigans.
“The character of Sulu is fun, ecstatic and grounded, everything that Vidya is even, all things considered,” said joint makers Tanuj Garg, Atul Kasbekar and Shanti Sivaram Maini of Ellipsis Entertainment.
“‘Tumhari Sulu’ has been high quality for Vidya and to have her as a lead in my first element is a respect. I anticipate seeing the story wake up as I have lived with it for very nearly a year now,” he said.