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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Sushant Singh Rajput Finally Found His Leading Lady For ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ Remake!

Hollywood remake is probably the only thing that our Bollywood could never get enough of. Time and again there were quite a few Hollywood remakes that were made my some very well-known directors of the Bollywood Industry, but it has been a long time since the last one we must have seen. The Hollywood remake of ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ is in the news for a long time now. While the makers of the film had disclosed it in the past that the leading actor for this remake would be Sushant Singh Rajput, they were still in the search of their leading actress.
Right from Sara Ali Khan to Jhanvi Kapoor to Nupur Sanon, many names came out in the past as the leading lady of this remake. But, recently, after a long search, the makers of the film have roped in Sanjana Sanghi as the actress who is going to step into the shoes of Hazel Grace Lancaster for the Hindi remake of The Fault In Our Stars.
Sanjana has earlier done cameos in films like Rockstar, Hindi Medium and Fukrey Returns.
Speaking about Sanjana, the debut director of Bollywood with The Fault In Our Stars remake, Mukesh Chhabra, said this in one of his interviews with Mumbai Mirror, “I met Sanjana while casting for Rockstar and found her to be a dynamic girl with great energy. After a few years, she reconnected for a few ad jobs and this time she came across as a mature young lady and to my surprise, a fabulous actor. I knew instantly that I would love to make a film with her one day. Once The Fault in Our Stars script was ready, she fit right in. She’s the perfect face and I can’t wait to create magic with this talented girl.”
The Fault In Our Stars is still a film that makes us cry our heart out every time we watch it, hence let’s just hope that the Bollywood remake of this masterpiece will manage to re-create the same magic on the silver screen.
Do you think the Bollywood remake of ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ will be better than the original one?

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