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Anil Kapoor & Jackie Shroff to reunite in film with Subhash Ghai



 Mumbai: Anil Kapoor and his Ram Lakhan and Parinda co-star Jackie Shroff are all set to reunite on the big screen. It is reported that Subhash Ghai will direct their upcoming film.

According to reports in Mumbai Mirror, the film, which has been titled Ramchand Kishanchand, will hit the floors by the end of the year. A source close to the development told the daily, “It’s a crime-comedy that tells the story of two 50-year-old cops and is slated to go on the floors in Mumbai later this year.”

This won’t be first time Anil and Jackie would be working with Subhash Ghai, the two have starred together in Ghai’s 1991 hit film Ram Lakhan. Jackie and Anil played brothers in the film.

Talking to the daily, Jackie Shroff said, “It’s always a yes’ for a Subhash Ghai film.”

Subhash Ghai added, “We have been working on various scripts for Anil and Jackie and have liked one.”

Anil and Jackie last shared the big screen in 2013 film Shootout at Wadala, Jackie had a guest appearance in the film. They were also seen in Lajja in 2001.

Earlier this year, Anil Kapoor reunited with her Beta co-star Madhuri Dixit in Total Dhamaal. the film featured an array of stars including Ajay Devgn, Boman Irani, Javed Jaffrey, Riteish Deshmukh and more, and was successful at the box office.

He will also be seen in films like Pagalpanti, Malang and Takht.

Jackie Shroff, on the other hand, is seen in Salman Khan’s latest release Bharat. He played the role of Salman’s father in the film. The film is smashing box office records everyday. It minted Rs 100 crore in just four days of its release.


Meghan Markle reveals British friends warned her not to marry Prince Harry




Meghan and Prince Harry opened up on their struggles in an emotional documentary aired on ITV last night. Meghan revealed she was warned how different the media attention would be as a duchess rather than an actress. Her friends, Meghan said, were so concerned about the media scrutiny they advised her not to marry Harry.

Meghan told broadcaster Tom Bradby: “When I first met my now-husband, my friends were really happy because I was so happy, but my British friends said to me, ‘I’m sure he’s great, but you shouldn’t do it, because the British tabloids will destroy your life.’ “And I very naively — I’m American, we don’t have that there — [said], ‘what are you talking about? “That doesn’t make any sense. I’m not in tabloids.’

The Duchess of Sussex also spoke about how difficult it has been for her to cope with the media attention as she was pregnant and a new mother.

Meghan was asked by Mr Bradby, who has filmed a total of three documentary with Prince Harry, about the “impact on your physical and mental health of all the pressure that you clearly feel under”.

She said: “I would say – look, any woman, especially when they are pregnant, you are really vulnerable and so that was made really challenging.

During the documentary, Markle said that her experience with the tabloids is not “fair.” “When people are saying things that are just untrue and they’re being told they’re untrue but they’re allowed to still say them, I don’t know anybody in the world that would feel like that’s OK, and that’s different than just scrutiny,” she said. “That’s — what would you call that? That’s a different beast. That’s really just a different beast.”

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