Ghosh-Ribhu Team Up

sujoy-ghoshAfter TE3N, producer-director duo Sujoy Ghosh and Ribhu Dasgupta are teaming up once again. The director is busy writing the final draft of his next film, which is a thriller again but this time, it’s not a remake. We hear the film has been inspired by a real-life incident.
Right after TE3N, Dasgupta had started working on the script while Ghosh was busy with Kahaani 2. It’s a script which Dasgupta had in mind for a long time. The film will be set in North India. We also hear that once the final draft is ready, they will start approaching leading actors.
PS: We also hear that during TE3N, Dasgupta had shared the idea with Amitabh Bachchan and he had liked it. After the script is ready, let’s see if he says ‘yes’.

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