‘Mere Brother ki Dulhan’ starcast in Jaipur

The starcast of the eagerly awaited film ‘Mere Brother ki Dulhan’ visited Dainik Bhaskar’s Jaipur office on Friday.
Lead actors of the film-Katrina Kaif, Imran Khan, Ali Zafar and director Ali Abbas Zafar
interacted with Bhaskar readers during their visit and shared some interesting stories concerning their experience while working in the film, which scheduled hit the theatres on September 9.
Katrina Kaif pointed out that the USP of ‘Mere Brother ki Dulhan’ is its humour quotient.
Responding to a question from a Bhaskar reader, Imran Khan said when he first saw the script he felt it was an old fashioned story.
“I gave the script to my mom to read. The next day she called me up and said it was a hilarious script.  You must do the movie,” said Imran.
Katrina said she knew director Abbas Ali Zafar from the time she worked in ‘New York’. Abbas was the assistant director of that film.
“Abbas offered me a completely different script. I liked the story as it did not portray the lead actress as Bollywood’s typical heroine,” she said.
‘Mere Brother ki Dulhan’ will be the second Bollywood movie for Pakistani singer and actor Ali Zafar, who was first seen in ‘Tere Bin Laden’.

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