Ishaan Khatter, Why Are You Khaali Peeli Making Ananya Panday Wait?- EXCLUSIVE

Ishaan Khatter's unpunctual ways leaves his Khaali Peeli co-star Ananya Panday and the rest of the team waiting on sets, resulting into a delayed shoot. We bring you inside details exclusively on

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Ishaan Khatter, Why Are You Khaali Peeli  Making Ananya Panday Wait?- EXCLUSIVE
After an impressive debut in Student of the Year 2, Ananya Panday entertained us with Pati Patni Aur Woh which set the cash registers ringing. Now, she is geared up for her next film titled Khaali Peeli that stars her opposite Ishaan Khatter. The shooting has begun and while the two newbies make for a great pair on screen, they don’t seem to be on the best of terms off it.

A source told us that Ishaan’s late-reporting on sets of the film leaves his co-star Ananya waiting as she is on time. The actress expressed her displeasure to the film’s director Maqbool Khan and now, calls up and checks in advance to see if he has reached on time, so that she doesn’t have to wait for him on sets which further results into a delayed shoot.

While no two second thoughts that Ishaan is a fabulous actor, we hope he adapts the traits of punctuality from seniors like Akshay Kumar.

So far, we have been treated to a still from the film in which Ishaan is seen in the get-up of a taxi driver while Ananya is the passenger seated in his cab. Khaali Peeli, produced by Ali Abbas Zafar and Himanshu Mehra is slated to release on June 12, 2020.

On the work front for Ishaan, the actor who packed in a strong performance in films like Beyond The Clouds and Dhadak will also be seen in Mira Nair's directorial venture which is an adaptation of Vikram Seth's A Suitable Boy along with Tabu and Tanya Maniktala. And Ananya, also has an untitled film with Deepika Padukone and Siddhant Chaturvedi.

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