Junglee Pictures and Roy Kapur Films' Woh Ladki Hai Kahaan? starring Taapsee Pannu and Pratik Gandhi and written and directed by Arshad Syed, is scheduled for release next year.
The Taapsee Pannu and Pratik Gandhi starrer Woh Ladki Hai Kahaan? has finally gone on floors. Taapsee will play a feisty cop in the film, which will be her first full-fledged comic role in a very long time. While Pratik, who received critical acclaim for his role in Scam 1992, would play a young newlywed scion of a "Masala" millionaire family, a different avatar.
The filmmakers have released an amazing first look of the actors from their current shoot in Jaipur. The photo features Taapsee in a cop avatar and holding a map. While Pratik as a groom is looking stressed out as he is searching for his bride who is nowhere to be seen.
While sharing the first look, the Thappad actor captioned it as "Pratik Gandhi and I are all set to find his missing bride in Junglee Pictures and Roy Kapur Films’ next comedy-drama #WohLadkiHaiKahaan."
In a statement, Taapsee talks about her first time portraying a cop. She said that playing a cop and starring in a comedy film has been on her bucket list, and she is glad it's finally been checked off.
The actor had watched Pratik's work and thought he was a fantastic actor. Taapsee added that she was having a great time working with him.
About the director Arshad Syed, the actor shared that he has created an excellent story with a lot of heart and great comedy idiosyncrasies, which she is looking forward to seeing.
Meanwhile, Pratik is looking forward to showcasing the eccentricities of his character in this role, which he is playing for the first time. The Scam 1992 actor revealed that his character in Woh Ladki Hai Kahaan? is quite different from anything he has ever done before, and that is very exciting.
Pratik also talks about his role and his experience working with this creative team. The actor called Taapsee a phenomenal artist, and revealed that he is ecstatic to be working with her.
The film is likely to hit screens next year.