"I'm very excited for Mubarakan. I can't wait to start shooting. I can't wait to be on set. It's a really funny, crazy and mad wedding that everybody is invited to. While hearing the script I genuinely wanted to be a part of it because I wanted to see it as an audience," she said
Box Office India suggests the closing worldwide total could be as high as Rs 225 crores, higher than the takings of films like Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Singham Returns
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Talking about his role in Shandaar, he said, "It's about a destination wedding, it's a fun film. And you will love my character. My character is too funny. You will only be looking at me. You will either like or hate me."
Ranging from chaos to confusion to death, Bollywood has never left a stone unturned when it comes to amusing its patrons even if it means mocking the sacrosanct institution of marriage.