Actors Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra are busy shooting for their upcoming film Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar. The storyline of this thriller film revolves around the two running to save their lives. The film will see the duo try their best to not get caught and find out the reason behind their life-threatening situation. The film is directed by Dibakar Banerjee who is known for his realistic style of shooting.
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In Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, Banerjee is exploring challenging places to shoot. The director has already finished his shoot schedule on the international border of India and Nepal and a village in Uttarakhand named Jhulaghat, which will soon be submerged in water due to the construction of dam. Recently, Banerjee took the duo to a Delhi railway station to shoot some of their ‘faraar’ moments. “In the film, the two are constantly on the run to save themselves and they land up in different cities, different situations. While being faraar, they land up at the Delhi train station to hide and escape from the city. Dibakar wanted to shoot on the real train so specific permissions were taken for this. The production also chose the time of shoot wisely or else Arjun and Parineeti surely would have gotten mobbed and the crowd situation would have gone out of control,” said YRF official spokesperson.
So I just wrapped my 10th film with my first ever co star @parineetichopra !!! We’ve come a long way...it’s been amazing working with Dibakar Banerjee & his team who have madness energy zest and clarity hope u guys like what we come up with on 3rd August kyunki #SandeepaurPinkyFaraar hone wale hai !!! @sapfthefilm @yashrajfilmstalent @yrf
The film has an interesting title that will keep fans guessing about the story. Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra will be seen on screen together years after they made their debut in Ishaqzaade in 2012. Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar is set to release on August 3. Read More