Sanya Malhotra who entered the trade with Dangal has been on a roll. The actor is signing movies after movies and all substantial. Whereas she now gears up for her movie Love Hostel which stars Vikrant Massey and Bobby Deol along with her, she has been within the information for the longest time as she is alleged to be staring in a film alongside Shah Rukh Khan and helmed by director Atlee. There was no affirmation on the identical kind both get together and followers are curious.
In case you aren’t conscious, the information a couple of days again was everywhere in the web that Shah Rukh is collaborating with the South director Atlee Kumar for a high-octane drama. Quickly sufficient the headlines moved to a different casting replace and it introduced in Sanya. The Pagglait star now joins Koimoi solely and cryptically talks concerning the film and whether or not she is starring in it or not. Learn on to know. In the midst of the dialog about Love Hostel, which can also be produced by Shah Rukh Khan’s Crimson Chillies Leisure, Sanya Malhotra was requested whether or not she is part of the Atlee movie or not. The actor determined to maintain the key going and stated she will be able to’t say something as of but.
Sanya Malhotra stated, “Kuch keh nhi sakte abhi, let’s have a look at (cannot say something about it now). When the time is true.” When quipped if we should always take that as a sure, she added, “Pata nahi, jaisa aap kaho hum wo maan lenge (I do not know, we’ll imagine no matter you say).”
In the meantime, in the identical interview, Sanya Malhotra additionally spoke about shopping for a brand new plush condominium in Mumbai and having Hrithik Roshan as her neighbour. She stated, “I do not know, am I? Am I his neighbour? I do not know truly. Matlab Bombay mein to sab paas paas hello hai na? Aap kisina kisike neighbour ho. (Every little thing in Bombay is so close by that you may be somebody’s neighbour). However I might be actually excited. If he’s my neighbour then I hope I meet him within the elevate and say ‘sir, huge fan’. Perhaps we may reel, ‘sir dance?’.”