Ananya Panday and Ishaan Khatter will be seen together on-screen in their upcoming film Khaali Peeli, and there’s a lot of buzz about the film. Directed by Maqbool Khan, the story will be centered around a chance encounter between Ananya and Ishaan’s characters. Fans are waiting to see the young pair and what magic they create on-screen. However, for now, shootings have halted, but Ananya Panday is busy creating the ‘unofficial poster’ of the film. But did you know, apart from Ananya and Ishaan, the film also stars Peppa Pig?
Ananya Panday took to her Instagram to share a picture of her making the first ‘unofficial poster’ of the film. Ananya can be seen sitting in her balcony with watercolors and her finished artwork. In the unofficial poster, we can see a black-and-yellow taxi, along with what looks like Ananya and Ishaan’s characters. What’s unmissable in the poster is the cartoon character Peppa Pig. Sharing the poster, Ananya wrote, “Painting the first unofficial poster of 'Khaali Peeli' (ft. @ishaankhatter and Peppa Pig)."
Replying to the post, Ananya’s co-star Ishaan Khatter commented, “Peppa pig is in our film? Must've missed that day of shoot..”, to which Ananya replied, “@ishaankhatter excuse me she's my co-passenger in the taxi.” Take a look:
Meanwhile, a few months ago, there had also been reports that stated Ishaan Khatter had broken up with Janhvi Kapoor last year, and later found solace in Khaali Peeli co-star Ananya Panday. A source told Pinkvilla, “Ananya and Kartik were never in a relationship, although they might have been close buddies. Kartik was with Sara back then and Ishaan was with Janhvi when Ananya signed Khali Peeli opposite Ishaan. During the course of the film shoot, both of them hit it off really well and got close.” ALSO READ: After Breakup With Janhvi Kapoor, Is Ishaan Khatter Dating His Khaali Peeli Co-Star Ananya Panday?
Image Source: Instagram/ananyapanday
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