Ranbir Kapoor to feature in a special song in Mr Lele, shoot commences from this week

Ranbir has been preparing for it there over the last few days. It’s a solo song and is being choreographed by Ganesh Acharya. A song is a catchy number that will see Ranbir twirling to some fantastic moves and styled by Manish Malhotra.

Upcoming comic thriller Mr. Lele helmed by Karan Johar and Shashank Khaitan’s got bigger. The movie features Vicky Kaushal-Kiara Advani-Bhumi Pednekar in lead and is directed by Shashank and produced by Karan is asserted to have enlarged as one more famous celebs have joined the cast. Ranbir Kapoor, who is recognized as a terrific dancer, other than his acting, is said to have been cast in for a heated music track. The music of Mr. Lele has been given by Tanishk Bagchi and Rochak Kohli.

According to the latest report, Karan and Shashank were excited to cast in Ranbir for the track. It’s a peppy track in Mr. Lele which will be shot at Mehboob Studios starting Wednesday. Ranbir has been preparing for it there over the last few days. It’s a solo song and is being choreographed by Ganesh Acharya. A song is a catchy number that will see Ranbir twirling to some fantastic moves and styled by Manish Malhotra.

However, Vicky is nowadays in the Maldives shooting for the adventure show, Into The Wild in the Maldives with Bear Grylls. The shooting for Mr. Lele is nearly over other than some patchwork left with Vicky in October. Vicky plays a fellow caught between his doubtful wife (Bhumi) and colleague (Kiara). While for now, the movie is titled Mr. Lele, it may be altered and is being kept under robes for now.

Once Mr. Lele is finished, Shashank will begin setting up for the launch of Shanaya Kapoor’s debut movie which is set to go on floors from October. Sanjay Kapoor’s daughter will be seen with Gurfateh Pirzada and Lakshya Lalwani in the movie and is being produced by Karan and Shashank. It will start with a 40-day schedule in international locations.

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