In addition, a source told mid-day that actor Shahid Kapoor, who is now engaged by the production house in Batti Gul Meter Chalu, is being considered for the lead role.
On being asked if she is considering Shahid, Prerna dodged the question and said to Mid-Day, "It's too early to talk about the cast".
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After the success of "Rustom", "Toilet: Ek Prem Katha", "PadMan" and "Pari", KriArj Entertainment has now for the first time acquired the official rights of the 1964 timeless classic "Woh Kaun Thi" from NN Sippy. The movie will be remade by producers Prernaa Arora and Arjun N Kapoor of KriArj Entertainment who will pay tribute to Manoj Kumar with this film.
As reports suggest that Shahid is one of the frontrunners to play the leading actor in the remake as he has signed a three-film deal with the production house. After this project, he is committed to doing two more films with the studio. "So when they bought the remake rights of Woh Kaun Thi, he was one of the first choices to essay Manoj Kumar's role". "We are just at the starting point". Who can forget - Naina barse rimjhim, Lag Ja Gale se, two of the most celebrated songs of all time? Kri Raj recently acquired the remake rights of the classic. Take the songs away and you take away the film's heartbeat.
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Woh kaun Thi is a timeless classic that spotted the symbol of beauty. "This is the mark of respect and a tribute to them and the kind of film we had in that era", Arora told PTI in a statement.
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