The two had examined an undertaking, however then he got occupied with his reconnaissance thriller, ‘Agent Vinod,’ for Saif Ali Khan and she went ahead to compose and coordinate the desi partner of the US demonstrate, ‘Ripley’s Believe It or Not’ – ‘Mano Ya Na Mano’ – which depends on the peculiar, with Irrfan Khan as the sutradhar of the appear.
Presently, after 10 years, the two are working together on a thriller in light of Sheeja’s second hit, ‘Gone With The Bullet’. Sriram, who has perused Sheeja’s introduction book, ‘Goodbye Girl,’ depicts her as an “appreciated voice in Indian wrongdoing fiction” and is quick to change over the novel into a fulllength highlight. The movie producer is presently scripting his next, an adjustment of Vikas Swarup’s ‘The Accidental Apprentice’. Sheeja’s book is next in line.
The novel was initially a film script, which Sujoy Ghosh had wanted to bring on screen. Sheeja calls attention to that it is drawn from numerous genuine episodes and individuals which have been fictionalized. “It took me two years to finish and when things didn’t fall set up with Sujoy, I transformed the script into a book. The story takes after a 18-year-old young lady who begins to look all starry eyed at a 40-something professional killer,” she advises.
Sriram and Sheeja had wanted to team up on another of her stories with her coordinating the film. Yet, even that arrangement failed to work out. “Subsequent to Sriram takes at least three years to complete his movies, I knew it was a long hold up before I got third time fortunate,” she snickers.
Sriram calls attention to this time he won’t need to compose the script since he has as of now perused Sheeja’s unique draft. Nudge them on the throwing and she jests, “I think Sriram will concur that Akshay Kumar would be immaculate as the agonizing, dim professional killer and Alia Bhatt as the new-age young lady in adoration. It’s a hatke romance against the scenery of shots.”