Boney Kapoor has been busy with his upcoming projects and spending time with his kids. The producer has many films in the pipeline and has been busy with his work commitments. Kapoor recently revealed signing son Arjun Kapoor for an upcoming project in a recent announcement. Amidst all this, Boney Kapoor took to his social media to release a caution notice for his fans and the netizens. Kapoor shared the notice warning people about the fake messages of casting calls being made on his name for his next project.
Boney Kapoor is currently producing a film directed by H. Vinoth. The producer took to his social media to share a caution warning, alarming his fans about the fake messages of casting calls on this project. Boney Kapoor shared a picture of the legal notice revealing in-depth details about the fake messages of casting calls being made. The producer released a clear statement with in-depth information that neither the client nor any of his production house-banners have authorized anyone in concern to cast for their client’s film or for that matter issue any such messages.
Meanwhile, Boney Kapoor’s film directed by H Vinoth is a remake of Hindi film Pink starring Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari and Andrea Tariang. Read the caution notice shared by Boney Kapoor below which states the details on the fake messages of casting calls on his project.(Also Read: After Arjun Kapoor, Boney Kapoor is set to collaborate with Janhvi Kapoor for Bombay Girl)
Boney Kapoor is also producing film Maidaan which stars Ajay Devgn and Keerthy Suresh in pivotal roles. Maidaan is directed by Amit Sharma of film Badhaai Ho.
In the meantime, Boney Kapoor was recently clicked enjoying quality time with his daughters Khushi Kapoor and Janhvi Kapoor in New York. The Dhadak star took to her Instagram to share pictures of her reunion with dad Boney Kapoor and sister Khushi Kapoor from NYC.
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