So looks like, Manmarziyan if finally happening. After being put on the back burner and almost being shelved, the film, which is a love triangle, is showing sings of being able to see the light of day. The film’s cast if now final, with Dulquer Salman stepping into Ayushmann Khurrana’s  shoes and joining Taapsee Pannu (who replaced Bhumi Pednekar) and Vicky Kaushal are also part of the film. The film will be South Indian heartthrobs’s second Bollywood film, after he makes his Hindi film debut with Karwaan. Also Read - Katrina Kaif Tests Positive For COVID-19, Urges Others to Get Tested

While the new update on the film is certainly good news; from all the changes in not just the cast but also the director has us a little skeptical. For the uninitiated, Manmarziyan, produced by Aanand L. Rai, was to be directed by Sameer Sharma but creative differences made way for Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari. Now, finally, Anurag Kashyap is directing the film. Interestingly, all the three aforementioned directors have different sensibilities. So something about the film has certainly changed. Also Read - Vicky Kaushal Contracts COVID-19 And in Home Isolation, Check Official Statement

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Let’s hope that the film’s script doesn’t lose its essence. Also, it will be interesting to see if Taapsee is back to playing a more substantial part in the film, like her pre-Judwaa days. She will be seen romancing the terrific actor Vicky Kaushal and a much adored Dulquer Salmaan in the film. That definitely does give her much scope to show off her acting chops since she is the only female lead. Manmarziyan is expected to release next year and all set to go on floors next month in the beautiful locales of Himachal Pradesh. Also Read - Bhumi Pednekar Tests Coronavirus Positive, Says 'Contracted Virus Despite Taking Utmost Precautions'