Saif Ali Khan to play an Indian ambassador in his next film
Entertainer Saif Ali Khan, who is in London shooting for his home creation Jaawani Jaaneman, will be viewed as an Indian representative in his next film.
As indicated by a report in Mumbai Mirror, Saif will be seen assuming the job of JP Singh, India’s Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad, who was instrumental in bringing back a Delhi-based Indian young lady named Uzma Ahmed from Pakistan at the command of previous outer undertakings serve Sushma Swaraj.
In 2017, Uzma met and experienced passionate feelings for a Pakistani cab driver named Tahir Ali in Malaysia. She later went to Pakistan’s Buner zone in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to meet him. Regrettably, she found that he was at that point hitched and a dad to four youngsters. She was apparently compelled to wed him at gunpoint.
The report adds that the rights to the story have been purchased by Sameer Dixit, Jatish Varma and Girish Johar. It will be coordinated by Shivam Nair, known for making Akshay Kumar and Taapsee Pannu starrer Naam Shabana. The story is being adjusted for the extra large screen by Ritesh Shah, known to have written John Abrahm’s Batla House and Shoojit Sircar, Pink, Mardaani and Vicky Kaushal’s Udham Singh biopic among others.
The report includes that when the story was described to Saif, he preferred it and gave it a gesture. Work on the film will start in February-March one year from now and closer to the date, Saif will start preparing for the job. The entertainer has various fascinating movies with regards to his kitty — separated from Jawaani Jaaneman, he likewise has the second period of Sacred Games, the hit Netflix appear. He is additionally completing a film called Laal Kaptaan where he will be seen playing a Naga sadhu.