Suchitra Krishnamurthy wants to play the role of daughter Kaveri opposite Aryan Khan in the sequel of this film.

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actress Suchitra Krishnamurthy Best known for working with Shah Rukh Khan in the 1994 rom-com Sometimes Han and sometimes not, earlier, the actress had shared that she wants Aryan Khan to play his father SRK’s role as Sunil if the film is made into a sequel. In a recent interview Dr zoom in, Suchitra added that she would love to see her daughter, Kaveri Kapoor, opposite Aryan in the film as Anna. When asked who she would like to see in A Sometimes Han and sometimes not Sequel, she quickly replied, “Kaveri, of course, my daughter. It goes without saying.”

ICYMI, when Sometimes Han and sometimes not Having completed 30 years, Suchitra was asked who she would like to see as Sunil and Anna If the movie is remade. Initially she mentioned Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt and later expressed that they are too old to play young lovers. She added that if Aryan was in acting, she would have chosen him.

Meanwhile, Aryan will make his directorial debut with a show titled Khan Stardom. Bobby Deol She will play an important role in the project, which is backed by Shahrukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s production house Red Chillies Entertainment. In December 2022, Aryan revealed that he had finished writing his directorial debut. More details about Aryan’s show are awaited.

On the other hand, Suchitra Krishnamurthy has shed 10 kg to play the role of a cop in her upcoming film. Sting: Once bitten twice shytalking about her Physical changesProducer Prerna Arora said, “I am truly amazed by her transformation. This disciplined approach to her health and fitness not only underlines her dedication to her craft but also reflects her commitment to portraying a fierce cop, honestly.”

Led by Abhishek Jaiswal Sting: Once bitten twice shy Produced by Prerna Arora, UJS Studios and Ess Kay Gee Entertainment. The film also stars Tusshar Kapoor, Nidhi Aggarwal, Vinay Pathak and Shivin Narang.

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