This is official! Dhadak actor Ishaan Khatter teamed up with filmmaker Mira Nair. The film is adapted from Vikram Seth’s novel – “For Boys.” Earlier, it was said that the actor preferred Vishal Bharadwaj’s director of the international filmmaker project and went out of her film because of the difference in creation. All of this seems to be in the past, because the actor returned to Nair’s director, which will also be the feature of the national award-winning actress Tabu. After making his debut with Iranian director Majid Majidi’s “Beyond the Clouds”, Ishaan is also very happy to work with Mira and hope that he will meet her vision. “I hope that I can meet Mira’s vision and provide the global audience with the character they deserve in Maan Kapoor (Ishaan Khatter’s role),” the Mumbai Mirror quoted the actor as saying.
On the other hand, Tabu, who used to work with Mira Nair in The Namesake, said: “I have worked with Mira at The Namesake and I look forward to another creative and challenging experience.”
For those who don’t know Seth’s novel (a suitable boy), it tells the story of a dynamic college student, Lata (Tanya Aniktala), who grew up in North India in 1951, when the country was in the process of public opinion. survey. The first democratic election. Lata began his journey of love and self-discovery. Through her brothers and sisters’ marriage to contact her, the wayward Maan Kapoor (Ishaan Khatter) is determined to fully enjoy life, which is of great concern to his politician father. Maan is obsessed with a famous Saaeda Bai (Tabu).