- Alia Bhatt co-stars Vicky Kaushal in Raazi
- Raazi is directed by Meghna Gulzar
- Raazi is based on Harinder Sikka's novel Calling Sehmat
Here's what Alia Bhatt shared on Instagram.
In October, Alia Bhatt wrapped Raazi's shooting, which is directed by Meghna Gulzar. On the last day of her shoot, Alia posted a picture with Meghna with an emotional note. She wrote, "And we wrapped Raazi last night. Last days are always very emotional because you live with the character for so many months and then you have to let it go. This is pretty much how our life looked like on set - My director and I just totally lost in our own little world hope you guys love the film as much as we loved making it."
And we wrapped #RAAZI last night.. Last days are always very emotional because you live with the character for soo many months and then you have to let it go. This is pretty much how our life looked like on set - My director and I just totally lost in our own little world hope you guys love the film as much as we loved making it
In Raazi, Alia features as a Kashmiri woman married to a Pakistani army officer, played by Vicky Kaushal. The film went on floors in July in Punjab and the second schedule was shot in Kashmir. In November last year, Alia Bhatt unveiled the first look of Raazi.
Raazi is Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal's first film together. Of co-starring with Alia, Vicky earlier told news agency IANS, "Getting a chance to work with Alia Bhatt, inarguably one the finest actresses in our industry at the moment, is a big deal for me. I am really very excited to be a part of the film. She has worked wonderfully in her movies and brings something new with each film. She sets a new benchmark with her releases. I am sure I'll learn a lot from her and working with her will be fun."
Raazi, based on Harinder Sikka's novel Calling Sehmat, will release in May. It is being produced by Karan Johar.
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