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Akshay Kumar will romance the war actress Vaani Kapoor in Bell Bottom

Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi is pushed due to coronavirus pandemic effects in the country. Bollywood lovers know that the Khiladi of Bollywood Akshay Kumar gives a series of films in a year. Now when Sooryavanshi has still not declared the release, fans are waiting for the list of Akshay Kumar’s upcoming Bollywood films of 2020. The actor already has Laxmmi Bomb ready for May. Amidst it all, we have good news! Akshay Kumar has been choosing some fresh faces for his upcoming projects.

Be it Kiara Advani for Laxmmi Bomb, Manushi Chhillar for Prithviraj or the music video Filhall with Nupur Sanon – the actor has been choosing ladies from the current lot. Now, adding onto the freshness is WAR actress Vaani Kapoor, who will be seen alongside the superstar in Bell Bottom.

While many names like Kriti Sanon’s sister Nupur Sanon, Mrunal Thakur and others were exploding up to be the leading lady in the film but the latest reports claim that Vaani has been roped in to play the heroine in the film. A source said, “The script demanded a fresh pairing, Vaani was signed on a week ago and is excited for the shoot with Akshay. It’s not the usual female lead, a few romantic scenes and some songs. She played Akshay’s wife and is integral to the narrative.” It is also said that the makers, Vashu and Jackky Bhagnani along with Nikkhil Advani, are currently working towards developing a distinct look for Vaani. Bell Bottom will go on floors from September and will be shot in multiple locations including Mumbai and Jaisalmer. Directed by Ranjit Tiwari, the period thriller film is set in the ’80s and inspired by the true-life, heroic story of an Indian spy.

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