Satte Pe Satta Remake: After Nakuul Mehta & Maniesh Paul Now Rithvik Dhanjani Also Bags Role As One Of The Brothers Of Hrithik Roshan!
Directed by Farah Khan and produced by Rohit Shetty, the remake of 1982 Amitabh Bachchan starrer 'Satte Pe Satta' reportedly features Hrithik Roshan and Anushka Sharma in lead roles.
As per a latest report, another popular small screen actor and host Rithvik Dhanjani has bagged role in the remake of 'Satte Pe Satta'. Rithvik is the second TV actor after Nakuul who might be seen playing one of the 7 brothers of the film with Hrithik being the eldest. A source revealed to Pinkvilla, “Rithvik Dhanjani has bagged the role of one of the brothers in the remake. Not just him, Maniesh Paul, Nakuul Mehta have respectively got themselves a pivotal role in the movie. The movie is currently in the pre-production stage and will on floors in December this year.”
Asked about truth to the reports making rounds over the casting of Hrithik-Anushka as lead, Farah told IANS last week: "Rohit is producing the film and I am directing it. Unless we come together and make a proper official announcement, everything is speculation. Hopefully, we will make the announcement by Diwali. I am waiting for Rohit, because he is quite occupied these days, finishing the last leg of the shooting of his film 'Sooryavanshi'. Let people continue guessing and the reports run. I would still say those are all speculation."
"Just wait for little more, we will soon announce everything," added the "Main Hoon Naa" director.
(With inputs from IANS)
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