After a hiatus of over five years since their last collaboration in films like ‘Special 26’ and ‘Aiyaary,’ the dynamic duo of actor Manoj Bajpayee and director Neeraj Pandey is gearing up for an exciting reunion. While the details of their upcoming project are shrouded in secrecy, Neeraj Pandey recently expressed his eagerness to direct Manoj once again and hinted at a major announcement shortly.

Despite the cryptic nature of the project, Neeraj Pandey revealed that their collaboration had been delayed due to Manoj Bajpayee’s hectic schedule. In a statement to Indianexpress.com, Neeraj mentioned, “Manoj just doesn’t have time these days. We are both going to be doing something together very soon. It is a secret; let it happen, and then we’ll talk about it.” He further expressed his admiration for Manoj Bajpayee, stating, “There’s no actor like him,” and emphasized how they have been trying to collaborate for some time.

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While awaiting the big reveal of their upcoming project, Manoj and Neeraj are set to release the third installment of their documentary series, titled ‘Secrets of Buddha’s Last Months,’ on January 22. The documentary explores the lesser-known aspects of Buddha’s life, showcasing the storytelling prowess that defines their collaborations.
Speaking about the documentary, Raghav Jairath, part of the team, highlighted their approach to storytelling, saying that every story has its own journey and how it picks up and people respond to it. ‘ The “Secrets’ series has previously delved into intriguing subjects like ‘Secrets of Sinauli’ and ‘Secrets of the Kohinoor.’
In addition to their film and documentary collaborations, Neeraj Pandey is currently gearing up for the release of ‘Auron Mein Kahan Dum Tha,’ featuring Ajay Devgn, Tabu, and Jimmy Shergill, scheduled to hit theaters on April 26.

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