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March 28, 2024 21:02
Bobby Deol to lock horns with Alia Bhatt

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In an upcoming film directed by Shiv Rawail, Alia Bhatt will be joining the YRF Spy Universe as a female agent. Recently it was revealed that Sharvari would also be starring in the same movie and both actresses would embark on a mission together. Aditya Chopra has now added another exceptional actor to their cast for this highly anticipated spy thriller; Bobby Deol is set to play one of the villains against Alia Bhatt and Sharvari's characters. As per sources close to production, after his acclaimed performance in "Animal," this role marks yet another author-backed antagonist turn for Deol who is thrilled about beginning filming sometime during late-2024's second half upon completing all necessary paperwork confirming his involvement with casting choices up until now being finalized. The schedules according project deadlines established rigorously aiming achieve ultimate success evidenced consistent results achieved previously under guidance experienced producers like those behind successful releases so far within YRF cinematic universe productions underscoring commitment top-notch quality deliverables exceeding expectations audiences worldwide continually expect from them!

According to the source, Bobby has been given a character that is perfectly suited for him. It's worth noting that after playing an antagonist against Ranbir, he will now face Alia Bhatt which adds even more uniqueness and impact to his casting. The role is brimming with confidence and viewers are sure to be astonished by Aditya Chopra and Shiv Rawail's take on the villainous turn of events. "Bobby will have a special appearance in this film," added the source before announcing that it would be YRF Spy Universe’s seventh project following Ek Tha Tiger, Tiger Zinda Hai, War Pathaan ,Tiger 3,and War 2.The forthcoming movie starts filming soon; touted as India's most ambitious female-led action picture likely capable of altering audiences' perception of male-dominated genres into something much broader reaching than previously anticipated."

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