Bike Chudiyan is special for another reason, it is the directorial debut of Nawazuddin’s brother, Shamas Nawab Siddiqui. With a start-to-finish 45-day schedule, Bole Chudiyan will be shot from July to August and is slated for a 2020 release.
Tamannaah Bhatia says, “I’m looking forward to be a part of this project. The script fits in beautifully with the narrative. This will be the very first time I will be attempting such a multi-layered character in a mainstream Bollywood film. What really caught my attention was the storyline of the film which is a prevalent issue that grips society at large even today. My character is authentic and quite contrary to what I am in reality, it’s something I will be experimenting for the very first time.”
Recently filmmaker Anurag Kashyap joined the cast of the film and stated on record, “Yes, I am doing the film but that’s all I know for now. I have agreed to do the film as this is the first time Nawaz has asked me to do anything and I trust him.”
2019 has certainly opened on a favourable note for the ravishing Tamannaah Bhatia as both her releases F2: Fun & Frustration and Kanne Kalaimaane garnered a fantastic reception from the audience. After enthralling the viewers with the sequel version of Kollywood’s horror-thriller ‘Devi’, the 28-year-old actress recently made heads turn with ‘Khamoshi’. Besides essaying the lead role in the Telugu remake of Mahi V Raghav’s Telugu film ‘Anando Brahma’, Tamannaah she has a big release lined up in the Tamil remake of Queen and period drama Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy. Tamannaah is looking at a busy year with multiple releases lined up.