Sonakshi Sinha: I am sure, Arjun (Kapoor) and I would look good in TEVAR
For someone who formed a first time pairing with Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Kapoor in 2013, it is going to be an all new beginning next year for Sonakshi Sinha. Come January and she would have Arjun Kapoor for company in his home production TEVAR.
The film should also stop detractors from complaining about her being seen mainly with 40 plus heroes like Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, Salman Khan and Saif Ali Khan. With a younger bunch of actors who belong to her age group, Sonakshi is planning it out well.
Moreover, since she has known Arjun for the longest time, it is about time that the pair brings their off-screen camaraderie into play on screen as well with TEVAR, which is a remake of Telugu flick OKKADU and belongs to action-drama-musical-romantic genre.
"Yes, I know Arjun through Sonam and Rhea (Kapoor), says Sonakshi, "I was looking forward to being paired opposite somebody new and I am sure our combination would look good. TEVAR is a young love story on the run and has a very interesting plot. I am waiting for the film to go on floors."
Expected to release towards the end of 2014, TEVAR is produced by Eros & Sanjay Kapoor and would be directed by Amit Sharma (of 'Google Reunion' short film fame).
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