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Home > India > Movies > Bollywood News

Aditya Chopra to direct again

Girish Rao | February 01, 2008 17:10 IST


Aditya Chopra

The wait is over.

 

Eight years after he directed Mohabbatein, Aditya Chopra [Images] will helm another film. Titled Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, the film will star his lucky mascot, Shah Rukh Khan [Images].

 

The female lead will be a newcomer, to be chosen by a talent hunt competition.

 

Aditya, the man made the most successful film in Hindi cinema, Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, took a break from direction to establish the Yash Raj studio in Mumbai. He went on to produce many hits like Dhoom, Dhoom: 2, Hum Tum [Images], Bunty Aur Babli [Images], Salaam Namaste [Images] and Chak De! India.

 

Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi will be produced by Yash Chopra [Images] and scripted by Aditya. The shooting will commence in May, and the film is likely to release at the end of this year.




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