2019 will see yet another fresh jodi on the silver screen as Sonam Kapoor and Bollywood’s newest favourite Dalquer Salman will team up for the first time. The two have been paired in director Abhishek Verma’s, The Zoya Factor and recently the film’s leading man caught Mumbai Police’s attention during the film’s shoot. But Sonam was quick to rescue Salman from the Police who in a soft manner urged the actor to watch his actions and asked him not to repeat the same in future.
During one of the late-night shoot schedules of the film, Sonam took to Instagram and shared a video of DQ Salman behind the wheels while being busy on his cell phone. In the video, Sonam was seen calling out DQ Salman ‘weirdo’. The video caught the ever-active Mumbai Police’s attention and they were quick to respond. In a sarcastic manner, they condemned the actor’s silly act behind the wheel which could have put the fellow passengers at risk.
But in no time Sonam was there to his reel life hero’s rescue and responded to the tweet clarifying that the video was shot in the middle of a shoot where the car was being rigged on a truck. The actress also thanked the Police for their word of caution and also urged that the same attention is given to the commoners as well.
Soon, the Police reverted to DQ Salman and said that they were glad to see him not indulging in any irresponsible violation.
Well looks like the Mumbai Police was being over-cautious in their approach towards the video and we are sure they would take some time before jumping to any conclusions in future. #justsaying
Talking about the film which recently went on floors, the makers’ haven’t announced when the film will release but it is being speculated that it will release somewhere by the end of 2019. The film is an adaption of the novel with the same title by writer Anuja Chauhan. It is about a girl named Zoya Singh Solanki who meets the Indian Cricket Team through her job as an executive in an advertising agency and ends up becoming a lucky charm for the team for the 2011 Cricket World Cup.