Alia Bhatt and Ranveer Singh are currently busking on the success of their last film Gully Boy which was directed by Zoya Akhtar. While the audience loved the film a lot and many even watched the film several times on the Silver Screen, the makers revealed that the film’s second part is being scripted.

In a recent interview, Zoya talked about how much more needs to be said about the hip-hop culture in India. She said, “My co-writer Reema Kagti and I do feel there’s so much more to be said on the entire hip-hop culture in our country. And another film exploring the theme is being scripted and planned”.

Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt in Gully Boy

Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt in Gully Boy (Still from the film)

Gully Boy, has received a lot of positive response from the audience since day one of its releases. Apart from Alia and Ranveer, the film also starred Siddhant Chaturvedi whose performance has been applauded by the audience. In fact, many considered his performance better than Ranveer’s.

A few days ago, Siddhant hosted a special screening for WWE wrestlers and the paparazzi even captured the actor getting goofy with the wrestlers.  

Earlier, in an interview with Pinkvilla, Siddhant was asked about the best compliment he has received so far on which he gushed, “From Ranveer Singh himself I have heard. So, we are both Govinda lovers, I am a huge Govinda fan. The first song Zoya found me dancing on was Tujhe Mirchi Lagi toh Main Kya Karun. So, off-screen we used to break into some random filmy dialogues. Ranveer was surprised and he told me, ‘You are one of the most filmy guys I have come across’. That coming from Ranveer is huge because he is filmy and how!”.

He even spoke about his co-star Alia and told the daily, “When I read the script, the very first time I met Zoya I was like, ‘Safeena is amazing yaar.’ The character, I mean, and I could totally see Alia Bhatt do it. When I saw her play it, I was blown away. She is fantastic. She is my favourite character in the film. The grace with which Alia showed anger, kamaal hai”.