Here’s the reason Urvashi Rautela needs Ajay Devgn to like her part in ‘Great Grand Masti’

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Mumbai, March 6 (CINEWS): Performing artist Urvashi Rautela will be found in the grown-up parody “Incredible Grand Masti” after her most recent film “Sanam Re.” It is the third portion of the prevalent “Masti” establishment, whose past two forms were “Masti” and “Grand Masti.”

There are reports the film, which has been deferred because of affirmation, will be a great deal more unequivocal as far as substance. As of late, Urvashi talked at an occasion about her character in the flick and said it is propelled by that of Ajay Devgn and Lara Dutta’s characters in “Masti.”

“I have part of things on my shoulder, and I trust Ajay Devgn likes my character,” IANS cited Urvashi as saying. “I play the sweetheart of every one of the three folks (played by Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi and Aftab Shivdasani) in the film. My part is propelled by what Ajay Devgn and Lara Dutta did in ‘Masti’.”

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Coordinated by Indra Kumar and delivered by Ekta Kapoor, “Great Grand Masti” likewise highlights Shraddha Das, Mishti, Pooja Chopra, Sonal Chauhan and Pooja Bose. Ekta Kapoor’s last generation wander, “Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3,” which was likewise a grown-up drama, had a conventional film industry opening yet in the long run neglected to keep up force.

“Great Grand Masti” was prior rejected by the blue pencil board, apprently over its affirmed greatly profane substance. It was normal the creators of the film would then make a beeline for the Revising Committee (RC), yet the maker purportedly chose to rather approach the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal straightforwardly to request for its confirmation.

“Ekta felt the RC would most likely reject the film, much like the edit board. Thus, she saw no reason for going to them and simply postponing the procedure. She chose to take the matter specifically to the tribunal,” Spotboye cited a source as saying.

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