Rana Daggubati, Sonakshi Sinha, Karan Johar are playing the lead roles in an upcoming Bollywood movie titled as Welcome to NY. Khan launched the trailer of the mega-star comedy, "Welcome To New York", on his Twitter handle January 21. Diljit plays the role of a recovery agent while Sonakshi plays the role of a fashion designer.
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Karan is seen taking a dig at his own films and Ritesh challenging his directorial skills by saying: "Deliver a hit with me as a lead role, tab main maanu (only then will I give you credit)".
Earlier, the ensemble cast released a almost two-minute video that showed how Sonakshi Sinha was upset with Diljit Dosanjh for calling Welcome to NY his film.
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Producer Vashu Bhagnani said, "Salman has been most gracious in believing in our film and supporting it".
Director Chakri Toleti said about the movie, "We have an extraordinary cast in our film, but the beauty is how they compliment each other". The film is set for a grand release on February 23rd. He also directed the Telugu version Eeenadu of the film - both films released in 2009. It claims to be India's first comedy 3D film.More news: Trump pleased Dems have 'come to their senses'
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