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.
Actor Anil Kapoor doesn’t want to get comfortable with his position in the industry, and says he has a simple plan, which is to be better than yesterday.
“I don’t think I ever want to be completely comfortable for fear of complacency. It’s only when you put yourself in uncomfortable situations that you grow and learn,” Anil told IANS.
“So when you find yourself getting too comfortable and too much at ease, kick yourself out of your comfort zone and try something new,” he added.
Anil entered the industry with a small role in 1979 with Umesh Mehra’s “Hamare Tumhare”, and then went on to carve his niche by balancing his stature as a respectable actor and his popularity as a saleable star, with performances including “Woh 7 Din”, “1942: A Love Story”, “Mr. India”, “Tezaab”, “Ram Lakhan”, “Lamhe”, “Beta”, “Taal”, “Nayak: The Real Hero” and “Pukar”.
His versatility is proved by the fact that he was equally at home in these international projects as he was in out-and-out Bollywood outings as “No Entry”, “Welcome”, “Race”, “Dil Dhadakne Do”, “Mubarakan”, “Fanney Khan”, “Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga” and “Total Dhamaal”.
“Strangely enough, my goals haven’t changed much at all! I’m a simple man with a simple plan — to be better than I was yesterday. So that’s what I continue to strive towards,” said the actor, who recently became part of a panel discussion by Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films in Kolkata to decode “what makes films powerful”, as part of a six-city tour.
Next, he wants some “time off”.
“Then we dive into ‘Malang’ promotion mode and of course Karan Johar’s ‘Takht’,” he said. (IANS)