'Dangal' director Nitesh Tiwari announces his next film 'Chhichhore'

Movie30 September 2018 1:12PMCineraptor1 min read638
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Today 'Dangal' director Nitesh Tiwari took Twitter to announce his next film 'Chhichhore'. He said, "Today is a special day as the shooting of my next film #Chhichhore starts. Thank you #SajidNadiadwala and @foxstarhindi for joining me in this new and exciting journey. @NGEMovies".

The shooting of the film started today. He did not say a word about the casting of the film. But speculation is there that lead role is played by actor Sushant Singh Rajput. An earlier report indicates that Shraddha Kapoor and Pratik Babbar will be seen in important roles of the film. Sushant already took many projects like 'Kedarnath', 'Kizie Aur Manny' and 'Sonchiriya'.

Nitesh Tiwari's last release - 'Dangal' starring Aamir Khan already proved to be the blockbuster hit. It has several records including highest earning Indian film of history. Now it's time for another film after a long break. 'Chhichhore' will be produced by Fox Star Studios and Nadiadwala Grandson. We are not yet sure about the release date.

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