Star shower on Chandigarh as Besharam cast arrives for shoot
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The city is playing cinematic host once again, this time to writer-director Abhinav Kashyap's latest project, Besharam.
Starring Ranbir Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor, Neetu Kapoor and Pallavi Sharda (an Indian-Australian actor who was seen in My Name is Khan), the film unit has descended on the city for a month-long shooting schedule. Ranbir was in his element as he shot a couple of action sequences on Saturday in Chandigarh Industrial Area Phase 2.
Actor-comedian-host Javed Jaffrey too was seen on the sets. The film is a cops-and-robbers chase story, and has the Kapoor family together for the first time. And no, they are not playing mother-father-son.
While Ranbir is essaying the role of a street-smart, rough-and-tough 'shameless' guy on the run from the law, Rishi is playing a Haryanvi cop.
After hitting roadblocks over the title and casting, Kashyap, who made Dabangg, is back in action with Besharam which has quite an interesting tagline - 'Na samman ka moh, na apmaan ka bhay'.
Ranbir has just wrapped up Ayan Mukerji's (Wake Up Sid) Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani in Kashmir. News is that the actor has been invited to deliver a guest lecture at Yale University, USA in April this year.
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