Pulkit Samrat starts preparation for 'Suswagatam Khushamadeed'
After the release of his latest film Taish, actor Pulkit Samrat has started working on his upcoming movie, Suswagatam Khushamadeed. Taking to Instagram, Pulkit recently shared a picture of him along with his team from a reading session. "New beginning! #SuswagatamKhushamadeed. Prep work on," the 36-year-old actor captioned the image. Here are more details on this.
Pulkit has signed a two-movie deal with Meta4films and Insite India, one of which is Suswagatam Khushamadeed. Directed by Dhiraj Kumar and written by Manish Kishore, the project is expected to go on floors soon. Reportedly, the story of the movie is based on social harmony and how "love is the strongest thing in the world and can conquer all."
According to several reports, the upcoming movie has been co-produced by Yellow Ant Productions, and will be extensively shot in Delhi and Agra. However, more details regarding the flick have been kept under wraps for now. While Pulkit has been cast as the main lead, the remaining cast members are yet to be announced.
The actor had earlier opened up about the film, stating, "It has all the elements to both entertain viewers with humor and engage them emotionally. I am waiting to see my character pop off the paper, come alive, and spread love."
Pulkit, who had made his Bollywood debut with Bittoo Boss, rose to fame with the 2013 comedy film Fukrey. Apart from prepping for Suswagatam Khushamadeed, the actor has several other movies in the pipeline including Haathi Mere Saathi, which is scheduled to be released in January 2021. He will also be seen in Fukrey 3 and Bulbul Marriage Hall.
The coronavirus pandemic has put a halt to virtually everything. From the shutting of theaters to postponed shooting schedules, the entertainment industry was faced with a major challenge due to the pandemic. However, Bollywood is slowly resuming work, with many actors including Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Abhishek Bachchan, Rajkummar Rao, Taapsee Pannu and others going back to sets to work on their films.