Ananya Panday, Tara Sutaria impress Karan Johar, producer says ‘each comes with their own unique story and a promising bright future’
Karan Johar has shared the cover of Hello magazine that features Tara Sutaria and Ananya Panday. The two actors will make their film debut with his upcoming production, Student of the Year 2.Updated: May 03, 2019 10:01 IST
Filmmaker Karan Johar has shared the cover of Hello magazine, featuring actors Ananya Panday and Tara Sutaria. He showered his love on the two actors saying that each comes with her unique story. Both the actors will make their Bollywood debut with his upcoming production, Student of the Year 2.
Sharing the picture, he wrote, “Two beautiful, talented, young stars making their debut in Hindi cinema. Each comes with their own unique story and each with a promising bright future! @ananyapanday @tarasutaria @hellomagindia.” The post attracted love from Tara and Ananya with both dropping heart emojis in the comments section. Two days back, Ananya and Tara had also shared a cover photo from the same photoshoot.
Sharing the cover on Instagram, Tara had written: “So thrilled to share my first @hellomagindia digital cover with you guys! ❤️🔥 @ananyapanday #SOTY2 📸: @taras84 👗: @sonampoladia.”
Student of the Year 2, features actor Tiger Shroff along with Tara, Ananya and Aditya Seal. Directed by Punit Malhotra, it is a sequel to 2012 hit Student of the Year which was directed by Karan. The first film launched the careers of Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra.
Karan is often accused of promoting star kids, irrespective of their talent. Reacting to the allegations, he had earlier said, “We have screen tested people from all walks of life, and if some of them happen to be from the film fraternity, I am not going to be apologetic. What is the harm if a friend’s daughter or sibling or child is talented and cast for a part? I had nothing to do with Mr Mahesh Bhatt before I chose to launch Alia Bhatt. David Dhawan and his wife Laali are family friends but Varun Dhawan went through the grind of being an assistant director for five years before I thought that he was good enough. Sidharth Malhotra was not from the industry and I never get credit for that. Or the 15 directors, who are not from the film industry that I worked with.”
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First Published: May 03, 2019 09:31 IST