Aanand L Rai’s upcoming flick Manmarziyan starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar has been put on a stand still due to the heavy rains in the Northern States of India.
Almost half of the film had to be shot in northern India but due to rains across the country, the schedule has been put on hold, according to film makers.
A source close to the director revealed that Rai believes in perfection and major portion of Manmarziyan had to be shot in the Winter in North India but due to the bad weather condition the dates have been pushed and Aanand will be currently focusing on his dwarf movie with Shah Rukh Khan.
“Rai never compromises on his vision and on the quality of his films. A major portion of Manmarziyan had to be captured in the winter in northern India and hence it has been pushed to a later date. In the meanwhile, Rai has decided to entirely focus on his directorial with SRK,” they added.
Earlier, Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana director Sameer Sharma was involved with Manmarziyan. But due to creative differences, Sharma dropped out of the project. – CINEWS