CONFIRMED! Shilpa Shetty Returning To Films After 13 Years With Abhimanyu Dassani's 'Nikamma'!
Last seen in 2007 in 'Apne', Shilpa Shetty Kundra's comeback film 'Nikamma' is slated to release in the summer of 2020.
The actress, who was last seen on the big screen in 2007 in "Life In A... Metro" and "Apne", also took to Instagram to share her excitement about the project.
"My sabbatical of 13 long years comes to an end. I am so excited to announce that the film you will see me next in is 'Nikamma'... Need all your blessings," she posted. Take a look at her post below:
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Yesssssssss, it’s true! My sabbatical of 13 long years comes to an end.. I am so excited to announce that the film you will see me next in is #Nikamma , directed by @sabbir24x7 (cast still being finalised) featuring these amazing and talented actors @abhimanyud @shirleysetia @sonypicturesin. Need all your blessings 🙏😇 and Thank you for all the love always💗 #SabbirKhanFilms #ShilpaShettyInNikamma #gratitude #doingwhatilove #lovewhatido #films #backwithabang #love #announcement #bombaytimes
On working with Shilpa, Sabbir said: "Shilpa is a much loved name in every household and she was very clear right at the onset that her comeback would have to be with a worthy role. It's a dynamic part and I am glad to be working with Shilpa and bringing her back for the fans that miss her."
"Nikamma" will also star Abhimanyu Dassani and social media star Shirley Setia. Jointly produced by Sony Pictures International Productions and Sabbir Khan Films, the film is slated to release in the summer of 2020.
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