Sanjana Sanghi To Star Opposite Sushant Singh Rajput In 'The Fault In Our Stars' Remake
Mukesh Chhabra will make his debut as a director with this film, while Oscar winner A.R. Rahman is also on board to compose the music for the romance drama.
Sanjana Sanghi (Image courtesy: Twitter)
"I met Sanjana first during the casting of 'Rockstar'. She was a young and dynamic girl with great energy. After a few years she reconnected for a few ad casting jobs -- she came across as a mature young lady and to my surprise she was a fabulous actor," Chhabra said in a statement, adding, "I was instantly sure that I would love to make a film with her one day. Once 'The Fault in Our Stars' script was ready, she fitted right in, the perfect face. Well, I can't wait to create magic with this talented girl."
Rucha Pathak, Chief Creative Officer, Fox Star Studios, said, "Mukesh called me out of the blue one day to meet her... and she had a striking and yet innocent personality but what really caught my attention was when Mukesh screen tested her. She nailed it in her audition and we knew right away she was our leading lady. Looking forward to launching this talented young lady in Mukesh's directorial debut."
The Fault In Our Stars is based on John Green's bestselling novel. The Hollywood film features Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort.
The wait ends... Fox Star Studios and Mukesh Chhabra finalize the leading lady opposite Sushant Singh Rajput for the Hindi adapation of the Hollywood blockbuster #TheFaultInOurStars... Sanjana Sanghi... Mukesh Chhabra directs the film. pic.twitter.com/ydyV5ouJL7— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 19, 2018
(With IANS inputs)
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