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Weird as it sounds, Vidya Balan and Prateik Babbar are all set to work together in a romantic comedy. The news is that designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee has decided to direct a film. Everyone else is, so why not? For his directorial debut, Sabyasachi has approached is very good friend Vidya Balan and the young new actor Prateik Babbar. Sabyasachi is working on the scripting currently and sources reveal that the film will be a romantic comedy. The plot will be woven around NRIs and will be based in Punjab and London. Yes, it will another one of those Punjabi NRI based movies. Haven’t we had enough already?

Sabyasachi has zeroed in on Konkana Sen Sharma as the second female lead for his film. Recently, Konkana said in an interview that she found Prateik very hot and sexy. The answer seemed strange and weird when we heard it. But now, after the news of this weird pairing has come up, Konkana’s bytes don’t seem that weird any more!

Though we know about the film’s two female leads, we have no clue about the second male lead, if any. Will this be a threesome? A love triangle? Or will there be another male actor playing an important part? Nobody knows YET. What we do know is that there will be great performances in this film. When you combine accomplished actors like Konkana & Vidya and add a dash of young raw talent (read Prateik Babbar), fireworks are bound to be witnessed. We just hope that these great performances are backed by a great script and some lovely music.

Vidya Balan is currently basking in the success and glory of her latest release “Paa”. Meanwhile, Konkana is all set to have her next film released this Friday. “Atithi Tum Kab Jaogey” hits the screens this week and if the promos are anything to go by, the film is bound to be a laugh riot. We wish great success to both the actresses and to the new team that Sabyasachi is pulling together for his directorial debut. Good Luck guys!


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