Ayushmann and Sara’s Next: Karan’s New Project

Bollywood new on screen couple alert! Ayushmann and Sara Ali Khan team up for ‘unique’ spy comedy.

Ayushmann Khurrana, known for his versatile roles in content-driven films, is teaming up with Sara Ali Khan for an exciting project. The film is a joint production by Dharma Productions and Sikhya Entertainment, marking their third collaboration on the big screen.

A Fresh Take on Spy Comedy

Directed by Aakash Kaushik, the yet-to-be-named film promises a unique twist on the spy comedy genre. Notably, this venture also marks Ayushmann’s first collaboration with Karan Johar, adding to the anticipation surrounding the project.

Perfect Blend of Elements

An exclusive source revealed that Karan Johar and Guneet Monga are enthusiastic about the script. It seamlessly combines espionage elements with comedy, making it a commercial film with scale, thrill, action, and humor. as the script has shaped up well with a perfect blend of espionage elements with comedy. The trio of Karan, Guneet, and Aakash feel that Ayushmann Khurrana fits the character.”

Notably, this marks Ayushmann Khurrana’s first collaboration with Karan Johar, adding an extra layer of anticipation to the project. Adding to the thrilling project, Sara Ali Khan secures the female lead role in the film, a significant achievement for the talented actress. Her inclusion adds further excitement to the project.

Ayushmann and Sara Work Front

Ayushmann’s successful career includes memorable roles in offbeat comedies like “Vicky Donor,” “Bala,” “AndhaDhun,” “Dream Girl,” “Shubh Mangal Savadhan,” and “Dum Laga Ke Haisha.” Now, he’s gearing up for his debut production under Karan Johar’s banner, following which he’ll dive into this action comedy.

Sara Ali Khan, last seen in “Ae Watan Mere Watan” on Prime Video, has intriguing projects lined up. She’ll feature in Anurag Basu’s “Metro In Dino” and “Sky Force.”

Ayushmann and Sara’s collaboration, combined with the fresh approach to spy comedy, makes this film a must-watch for cinephiles.


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