After Akshay Kumar’s Gold, Mouni Roy Bags Her Second Bollywood Project?

Guess what? Mouni Roy, who is yet to make her Bollywood debut has reportedly bagged her second project. What’s that? Read on to find out...

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After Akshay Kumar’s Gold, Mouni Roy Bags Her Second Bollywood Project?

 Yes, you read that right! According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, Mouni Roy has bagged a role in yet another Bollywood project. The Naagin actress, who has been extensively shooting for Gold, her first Bollywood movie, has been roped in for Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor starrer Brahmastra.

Reportedly, Mouni has come on board recently and will start shooting early next year. For now, Ayan is keeping other details of her role under wraps. However, no official confirmation from Mouni and the makers have come in as yet.

A few months ago, Mouni’s look from gold was leaked on social media hereby leaving fans in frenzy. The actress’ retro look left fans wanting for more.

Talking about the Akshay Kumar-Mouni Roy starrer Gold, the the central plot of the film is about how independent India won its first Gold medal in hockey.

Amit Sadh and Kunal Kapoor, who also star in the film, have trained for their part under multiple hockey coaches. The two actors were initially trained under Sandeep Singh, the former Indian Hockey captain. The filmmakers had also announced that this film will hit the screens in August  2018 on the Independence Day weekend.

You may recall that Akshay Kumar posted a black and white look from the film on Instagram and captioned it as, “Set out on a brand new journey, aiming for nothing less than #GOLD! Day 1 of Gold, need your love and best wishes as always :).”

Coming back to Mouni Roy, while fans will surely be glad with the news, we await an official announcement on it. 

Image Source: Twitter/TeamAkshay, Instagram/MouniRoy

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