The launch promo of Rani Mukerji’s upcoming film opposite South star Prithviraj is all ready for release. However, the launch date is still not fixed and buzz is that Rani wants her mother Krishna to approve the promo first before it is released.
A source informs us, “This film is very close to Rani’s heart. She will be seen in a never-before-seen role and she thinks that it is by far the craziest film she has ever worked on. Rani is an actor who normally does not expose and keeps the skin show to a bare minimum. However, going by her standard, the film has a lot of skin show and that’s why she wants her mother’s approval before the promo goes on air.”
Speaking about the actress’ role in the film, the source adds, “Rani plays the character of Meenaxi who lives in a dream world. She is very excited about it and has gone that extra mile for the film. In the recent past too, she has been heard saying good things about the film and even suggested Yash Raj Films to sign the lead actor Prithiviraj for their production house. Once her mother approves the promo, it will be released.” Viacom 18, the production house for the film, remained unavailable for comment.
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