Actor Rani Mukerji just can’t stop beaming. She is about to rub shoulders with her Ghulam (1998) and The Rising: Ballad of Mangal Pandey (2005) co-star Aamir Khan again, this time in Reema Kagti’s next film, Zakhmi.
“That’s the next film I’m doing. It’s amazing because I’ve always loved to work with Aamir, and now that I’m doing a film with him again, it’ll bring back the memories of all the times that we’ve shared during Ghulam and The Rising...,” says the 33-year-old, who will be honoured by the Dadasaheb Phalke Academy for her ‘outstanding performance’ as a scribe in her last outing, No One Killed Jessica.
“He has become a great friend over the course of years, and it feels nice to work with him again,” adds the actor, who was in the Capital for the asiaSpa India awards. Having created magic with their Aati kya Khandala number, she is now wishing for more. “I’m hoping we can create something more than Khandala this time,” she laughs before denying she “won’t at all” sing this time.