Deepika Padukone’s filmography for the coming year is quite impressive as she headlines big projects alongside Hrithik Roshan (‘Fighter’), Prabhas (‘Project K’) and Shah Rukh Khan (‘Pathan’) and others. She will also be seen in the remake of ‘The Intern’ that she is also producing.
But before that, she is set to take over the screens with Shakun Batra’s ‘Gehraiyaan’, which will stream on ‘Amazon Prime Video’. The film marks her first project with the director.
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