Shahid Kapoor-Mrunal Thakur, Ananya Panday-Siddhant Chaturvedi, John Abraham-Disha Patani; 8 More Fresh Bollywood On-Screen Pairs In The Offing

As Bollywood awaits the pandemic to subside to begin work, let’s take a look at eight more fresh on-screen pairings that the audience will get to see soon

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Shahid Kapoor-Mrunal Thakur, Ananya Panday-Siddhant Chaturvedi, John Abraham-Disha Patani; 8 More Fresh Bollywood On-Screen Pairs In The Offing
Earlier, we shared an interesting line-up of Bollywood on-screen pairs the audience will see soon. The pairs included Deepika Padukone-Hrithik Roshan, Prabhas-Kriti Sanon, And Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt and several others. Continuing the series of fresh experiments in terms of on-screen pairings, here’s a look at eight more new Bollywood pairings that we will get to see soon: (ALSO READ: Sara Ali Khan-Vicky Kaushal, Salman Khan-Pooja Hegde And Kartik Aaryan-Kiara Advani; Here Are 8 More Fresh On-Screen Pairings We Will See Soon In Bollywood)

Shahid Kapoor-Mrunal Thakur
Even after two years, Shahid is riding high on the success of Kabir Singh and with Jersey being another remake of a blockbuster Telugu film, the expectations from Shahid are higher. In this journey, Mrunal is joining him. After sharing the screen with Hrithik Roshan and John Abraham, Mrunal is all set to recreate that same magic with Shahid in Jersey, where she will be seen as a mother for the first time.

Ananya Panday-Siddhant Chaturvedi
The duo-Ananya and Siddhant became an internet sensation before they even got a film together, thanks to a round table conference and Ananya’s comment about her father’s struggle. The meme market had a field day with that episode and seems like that kind of worked for Shakun Batra’s film as it increased curiosity for it as they share the screen for the first time in that film, along with Deepika Padukone.

Ishaan Khatter-Katrina Kaif-Siddhant Chaturvedi
Instead of a duo, this is a fresh trio that is ready to take Bollywood by storm in their upcoming horror comedy, Phone Bhoot. The first look of the film created a huge buzz online as the camaraderie between the three was evident on the camera. And this is going to be one of the most fun and awaited pairing to arrive on screen, once it releases.

Ranbir Kapoor-Vaani Kapoor
It’s home turf for Vaani in this periodic drama as the film is backed by Yash Raj Films. But here she collaborates with another Kapoor, Ranbir, for the first time as he battles Sanjay Dutt in the film. Directed by Agneepath fame Karan Malhotra, the film has Ranbir in a double role and Vaani as a dancer, for which she took professional training in Kathak. The film is wrapped up and awaiting release.

Vikrant Massey-Kriti Kharbanda
After proving his acting mettle in hard-hitting and intense films, Vikrant jumped into commercial masala Hindi films last year with Ginny Weds Sunny, and he is taking that experience forward with Kriti Kharbanda in a social comedy by Zee Studios, 14 Phere. The film deals with two weddings and an important social issue, set in the backdrop of North India.

Taapsee Pannu-Vikrant Massey
Taapsee is arguably one of the most talented and sought-after actresses at the moment in Bollywood. The industry is still raving about her performance in the last year’s drama Thappad, which garnered her first Filmfare win as a leading actress. And now she is ready to take her acting prowess to another level with Vikrant in Haseen Dillruba. This mystery thriller film is eyeing an early July opening on Netflix.

John Abraham-Disha Patani, Arjun Kapoor-Tara Sutaria
After achieving critical and commercial success last year for her portrayal in Malang, Disha is reuniting with Mohit Suri for the sequel to the 2014 thriller, Ek Villain. This time, Disha will be paired opposite John and the film will have John up against Arjun Kapoor, who is paired opposite Tara Sutaria, who plays a singer in the film. Disha will be seen performing some heavy-duty stunts in the film and Mohit had earlier said it will show her as an integral part of an action franchise.

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