Titled Sarzameen, the film will be directed by Kayoze Irani, son of Boman Irani.
Karan Johar has made a name for himself as a successful producer as well as a director. Over the years, his production company has produced many hits and brought several fresh talent to the industry. Karan now plans to introduce yet another star kid with his next big production, and he has released some intriguing hints regarding the same.
Taking to his Instagram account, the filmmaker shared a post which read in bold letters 'This is not a film announcement!'
“But it can be…with your help!. We have been shooting this intriguing film for the past year, kept it under wraps because not revealing the key aspects of the film even to the crew was a decision the debut director took. So here are the broad hints," the note further read.
Adding the hints further in the note it read, "A superstar from the south who has just delivered a pan india juggernaut." The actor from the south that Karan is referring to is Prithviraj, who recently gave a Rs 400 crore smash performance in Salaar: Part 1- Ceasefire.
Another hint from the note read, "A massively loved actress who continues to we with her emotional energy on celluloid." Here, if we are not wrong, the filmmaker is referring to Kajol, who is a highly adored actress.
Last but not least, the hint says, "A legacy debut actor who is working tirelessly to find his spot in the sunshine of exceptional talent & combatting the obsession with the N word. But keeping his head down and just working." Here the hint is for Ibrahim Ali Khan, the son of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh, who is making his acting debut. He also worked as Karan's assistant on 'Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani,' his most recent movie.
The younger son of the incredibly gifted actor Boman Irani, Kayoze Irani, is directing this film on his directorial debut.
Encouraging users to decode the details, the note further added, "The film is ready and we will be releasing it soon! Any guesses? If you guess the title and all the other details correctly - we would love to invite you to watch a glimpse of the film!"