Vaani Kapoor joins Hrithik, Tiger in YRF's next action entertainer

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Vaani Kapoor joins Hrithik, Tiger in YRF's next action entertainer

While Hrithik Roshan has become prone to controversies, he does not stop working no matter what. The film will also feature Tiger Shroff.

The upcoming film has been slated for a 2019 release and we are sure of the two dance guru's, Tiger and Hrithik to raise the temperatures as they share screen.

The much-awaited surprise of Yash Raj Films was unveiled on the auspicious occasion of Yash Chopra's Birth Anniversary, the production house had announced their next. She has earlier worked with actors like Sushant Singh Rajput and Ranveer Singh. The flick, which is reportedly titled Hrithik vs Tiger, is reported to have only one female lead and director Siddharth Anand feels that she is the flawless choice for his directorial. "I was looking for young and fresh energy in the casting and I have found that in Vaani Kapoor", Siddharth Anand, director, said in a statement.

Further praising the actress and her films, the director said that Vaani is the ideal choice for his film.

Siddharth Anand's action film is set to release on Republic Day, 2019. Now, the latest news regarding the movie is that Hrithik will be romancing "Befikre" actress Vaani Kapoor.

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