Not too long ago, Aanand L Rai wrapped up the Delhi schedule of his upcoming film Atrangi Re starring Akshay Kumar, Dhanush and Sara Ali Khan in December. And now the filmmaker is gearing up for his subsequent manufacturing enterprise. The mission titled Good Luck Jerry will star Janhvi Kapoor in the lead position. She is joined by stellar performers like Deepak Dobriyal, Meeta Vashishth, Neeraj Sood and Sushant Singh in pivotal roles. The fascinating first look already has the viewers hooked for extra.
The manufacturing home is kickstarting the new yr with this new film which is all set to go on flooring at the moment in Punjab. The primary schedule of the film is predicted to proceed until March. It marks her first collaboration with Color Yellow Productions. The actor was final seen in Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Lady, the place she performed an Indian Air Pressure Pilot. She acquired loads of important approval for her efficiency. Having already proved her mettle throughout genres, we’re certain that this goes to be an fascinating addition to her filmography.
Earlier, Janhvi Kapoor had opened up about her late mom, the legendary Sridevi, in an interview with ETimes, the place she had mentioned, “My mom’s maternal, ancestral house is in Chennai, and for a long time, we couldn’t stay there as some renovations needed to be done. Papa finally managed to get it done. It is a beach house, which was mom’s dream. We were so busy with our lives in Mumbai that we never paid attention to doing up this house. Kudos to my dad that he could pull it off in the midst of the pandemic. I’m so happy with what he has done with the house, and he’s so emotional about it. He told Khushi and me, ‘It was your mom’s dream, and she always wanted both of you to spend time in this house’. So, this was a very special trip for all of us, and to meet her side of the family after so long was great.”
Introduced by Subaskaran and Aanand L Rai, Good Luck Jerry is a Color Yellow Manufacturing with LYCA Productions in affiliation with Sundial Leisure, directed by Sidharth Sengupta and written by Pankaj Matta.