Confirming earlier reports, Karan Johar has officially announced the beginning of a romantic comedy featuring Ibrahim Ali Khan and Khushi Kapoor. The film, initially rumored for a direct-to-digital release, has gained momentum with additional details surfacing, including the director, Shauna Gautam. Karan Johar took to social media to extend congratulations to Shauna Gautam as the project enters the production phase.
On Sunday, Karan Johar took to Instagram stories and announced the start of Shauna Gautam’s directorial journey. He shared a photo of Shauna holding a clapperboard and wrote, “Lets go Day 1.” The board featured the logo of Karan’s company, Dharmatic Entertainment, and of the streaming platform.

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In the caption, Karan Johar expressed his best wishes, “All my love and blessings to you @shaunagautam.. day 1 of your directorial debut… a big day! A memory forever.”
Neetu Kapoor also wished and wrote, “Love n blessings Shauna so so proud of you.”

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Rhea Kapoor shared her wishes to Shauna, “All the best,” and also tagged Khushi Kapoor in her Instagram story.

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Rhea’s mother, Sunita Kapoor, said, “Shauna all the best @shaunagautam kill it.”

Ibrahim Ali Khan is set to step into Bollywood with his debut film, ‘Sarzameen’, featuring actress Kajol. On the other hand, Khushi marked her acting debut in the film ‘The Archies’, directed by Zoya Akhtar.

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