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  • Sequel to 1987 Classic Mr. India will be featuring Sridevi and Jhanvi Kapoor.
  • Mr.India 2 will be directed by the director of MOM, Ravi Udyawar.

Mr. India 2 will be the first movie of Mother-Daughter duo Sridevi and Jhanvi Kapoor

Mr. India became one of the biggest hits of Bollywood. Sridevi and Anil Kapoor romancing as leads left the audience awestruck in 1987. According to some reports, Mother-Daughter duo Sridevi and Jhanvi Kapoor will be sharing space in the sequel of Mr.India.

Director of the movie ‘Mom’, Ravi Udyawar will be directing the sequel and he stated the movie will be having two lead pairs, one will be of Anil Kapoor and Sridevi and other will likely to have Jhanvi as the female actress.


However none of them has given any official statement about their roles, but if turned to be right then it will be interesting to see Sridevi and Jhanvi together on screen.


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