Published On: Sat, Jul 15th, 2017

Ranbir Kapoor To Join Ayan Mukherji For Shooting In Next Project In October

Ranbir Kapoor who is very excited about the launch of his new Bollywood film Jagga Jasoos, he will join the Ayan Mukherji for the next film in October and they have worked together in number of films before.

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First production venture Jagga Jasoos by Ranbir Kapoor is going to release, he is feeling very good as the film hits the screen.

He announced that he will shoot his next film with director Ayan Mukherji in October in film as titled Dragon and he already has worked him before in movies Wake Up Sid and Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani.

During the special screening of his movie Jagga Jasoos on Thursday, he said that he is going to New York for the shooting of Sanjay Dutt biopic who is a Bollywood superstar, known as legend.

According to Ranbir after coming back from there on 15 October he will start the shooting of his next project with Ayan and movie titled as Dragon.

The bollywood superstar Ranbir Kapoor is an Indian actor and producer; he is the son of actors Rishi and Neetu, he got the education about film making from School of Visual Arts and the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.

Through movie Saawariya he made his acting debut in 2005 after assisting Sanjay in movie Black and now he is known as one of the best actors in the world.

Ayan Mukherji is an Indian film director, he belongs to Hindu Bengali-Marathi family who is involved with bollywood industry, he made his directional debut in 2009 with comedy film Wake up Sid, produced by the Karan Johar and now he is known as one of the best directors in bollywood.

Jagga Jasoos’s star has announced about this next project Dragon with Ayan Mukherji and he will start the shoot from 15 October.

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