Last year, we saw the entry of several new faces like Sara Ali Khan, Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter, all of them managing to impress with their debut roles. 2019 too has several new faces all geared up to make a mark on the big screens.
Today, on the occasion of Valentine’s Day, two such newcomers, belonging to film families unveiled the first look from their respective debut projects. Senior actor Mohnish Bahl’s daughter Pranutan will be debuting opposite another newcomer Zaheer Iqbal in Notebook and Sunny Deol’s son Karan is marking his Bollywood debut in Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas.
Pranutan Bahl shared the first look on Instagram as she wrote, “
First film, first poster..Everything is special today
Excited and thrilled to share the first chapter of our #Notebook
Hope you all like it!! Trailer out on 17th February”
Salman Khan who’s producing Notebook also shared the first look on social media by writing, “Bina mile kabhi pyaar ho sakta hai? Introducing @PranutanBahl & @iamzahero in this unique love story directed by @nitinrkakkar #Notebook, releasing 29th March 2019, trailer out on 17th Feb. @SKFilmsOfficial @Cine1Studios @MuradKhetani @ashwinvarde @TSeries”
Karan Deol shared the first poster as he wrote, "Sometimes it all comes together like a piece of puzzle... the love, the magic and the memories! Where there is love, there is life! It’s time to witness love like never before with #PalPal KePaas @sahherbambba @aapkadharam @iamsunnydeol #ShariqPatel @zeestudiosofficial #SunnySoundsPrivateLtd"
He also shared the motion poster soon after by captioning it as, "Words can not express what I feel right now... here's the first motion poster of #PalPalDilKePaas. These are my baby steps and I could not have asked for more than @iamsunnydeol guiding me through this! @sahherbambba @aapkadharam #ShariqPatel @zeestudiosofficial #SunnySoundsPrivateLtd"
Our best wishes to the debutantes!
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