RAJJO Kangana Ranaut paired opposite 17-year old boy
Critically acclaimed for the award winning historical series 'Veer Shivaji', 17-year old Paras Arora is soon to make his big Bollywood debut in Vishwas Patil's upcoming film RAJJO.
The story was originally written by Jayant Pawar, who has won a prestigious Sahitya Academy National award this year. Ironically, the director of the film, Mr. Vishwas Patil, had won the same award 10 years from now.
The actor, who was cast opposite Kangana in an epic movie, couldn't believe his luck and decided to delay giving his 12th Board exams all with the aim of focusing on the film, something the actor is extremely excited about.
Talking about the process of casting the actor and his equation with the film's leading lady, says director Vishwas Patil, "My wife made me watch Paras on TV. I was very happy with his performance after his audition but was initially skeptical about his chemistry with Kangana. However Paras being a young new comer, Kangana treated him like a co-star and was extremely comfortable to work with him".
The movie has a strong music by veteran music director Uttam Singh (DIL TOH PAGAL HAIN, GADDAR fame)
Produced by Four Pillars Entertainment, Vishwas Patil's RAJJO, also starring National Award winners Prakash Raj, Mahesh Manjrekar along with Jaya Pradha is scheduled to release this year.
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