Aamir Khan’s son Junaid Khan is going to make his Bollywood debut soon. If reports are to be believed, Junaid’s film ‘Maharaj’ will be released directly on OTT. Actually, while sharing a post on the social media platform on Friday, YRF Entertainment has hinted that they are soon going to bring something new in collaboration with Netflix. In such a situation, it is believed that the makers are going to make a big announcement soon.
Junaid’s debut film will be released on Netflix
According to reports, Junaid Khan’s film ‘Maharaj’ will be released on Netflix. YRF Entertainment, the digital production banner of Yash Raj Films, has collaborated with Netflix India for this film. Junaid’s film also stars Jaideep Ahlawat, Sharvari Wagh and Shalini Pandey in lead roles. Earlier, both the companies had worked together on ‘The Romantics’, which was a docu series.
Junaid will play the role of a journalist
This debut film of Junaid has been directed by Siddharth P. Malhotra. This film is inspired by real life stories. The film is the story of a journalist, whom people know as the Messiah. Junaid is playing the role of a journalist in the film. However, till now no official update has come from the makers regarding the film, hence it is expected that the makers will make an official announcement of Maharaj soon.
Junaid got second film before debut
Even before the release of Junaid’s first film, he has signed his second project, in which South actress Sai Pallavi will be seen with him. According to the report of Bollywood Hungama, Junaid Khan will soon start shooting for his second film. However, the makers have not yet decided the name of the film. Sunil Pandey will direct this film.
Junaid can be seen in the remake of Tamil film
Some time ago it was reported that Aamir’s son may be seen in the Hindi remake of Tamil hit film ‘Love Today’. Sridevi’s daughter Khushi Kapoor is also going to be seen with him in this film. If reports are to be believed, the shooting of this film will also start by the end of this year. However, till now no confirmation has been given by the makers regarding this.
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