A combo photo of Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt.
Gulf Today Report
Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt says she is "thrilled" to co-produce her upcoming starrer "Darlings" under her brand new banner Eternal Sunshine Productions along with Shah Rukh Khans Red Chillies Entertainment.
The film, which marks Alia's debut as producer, is a mother-daughter relationship story that features Alia alongside Shefali Shah. The film also features Vijay Varma and Roshan Mathew.
"I am really excited to be part of Darlings; it's a powerful story with a lot of humour and doses of dark comedy. I am thrilled to have Darlings as my first film as producer, that too in collaboration with my favourite, Shah Rukh Khan and Red Chillies," Alia says.
"Darlings" is also director Jasmeet K Reen's first venture. "With the brilliant Alia and Shefali portraying the mother-daughter duo, along with exceptionally talented Vijay (Varma) and Roshan (Mathew) we have a dream cast and the perfect 'partners in crime' if I can call them that. We couldn't have asked for anything more and now I can't wait to get on the floor!," says Jasmeet, who has also written the film along with Parveez Sheikh.
The film is a dark comedy set against a lower middle class neighbourhood in Mumbai. The story follows the lives of a mother-daughter duo as they navigate through crazy circumstances.
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