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Last Updated 11.04.2021 | 11:00 PM IST



Who’ll play the princess?

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Ashutosh Gowariker's next What's Your Raashee? starring Harman Baweja and Priyanka Chopra in lead roles will have its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on the 19th of September as a matinee at the Roy Thompson Hall. The stars of the film Harman Baweja and Priyanka Chopra along with director Ashutosh Gowariker and producers Ronnie Screwvala and Sunita Gowariker will be present for this gala presentation at the festival.

What's Your Raashee? is based on a Gujarati novel 'Kimball Ravenswood' by Shri Madhu Rye. The story revolves around a young Gujarati man in pursuit of his dream girl with the catch to find her within 10 days in order to save his family from an unforeseen ordeal, which leads to an array of confusion, chaos and a hilarious joy ride.

The film is presented by UTV Motion Pictures and Ashutosh Gowariker Productions and will be jointly produced by Ronnie Screwvala and Sunita A.Gowariker. Music has been composed by Sohail Sen while veteran lyricist Javed Akhtar has penned the lyrics.

The first teaser of What's Your Raashee? which was unveiled recently shows Priyanka Chopra in 12 different characters even as Harman sways to the title track. One will have to wait and watch if the duo of Harman and Priyanka can get it right this time around after the abysmal performance of Love Story 2050.


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