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Randeep Hooda On Working In Love Aaj Kal

Randeep Hooda shares his experience of working with young actors and is all praises for his co-stars Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan in Love Aaj Kal. Read further to know what he said.

Randeep Hooda will be again joining hands with Imtiaz Ali for his upcoming film Love Aaj Kal starring Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan. The film will mark Randeep’s second collaborative effort with Imtiaz after the 2014 film “Highway” alongside Alia Bhatt. Randeep is amongst B-Town’s most underrated actors, with Kick, Sarbjit, Murder 3, Baaghi 2 under his belt, the actor has been immensely appreciated for his charm and acting skills. However, the actor disappeared from the limelight post the 2018 film Baaghi 2. After a long break, Randeep is all geared up to make a comeback with Love Aaj Kal.

Randeep Hooda spilled the beans on working with Imtiaz Ali, in a recent interview he said that he had a lot of fun shooting for Love Aaj Kal. Comparing it with Highway, the actor said that unlike Alia Bhatt starrer film which was a tragic love story, Love Aaj Kal is more fun. Randeep further added that he has more dialogues in the film and finds the plot very catchy.

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Randeep then further went on to share his experience of working with Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aaryan. He said, “It was wonderful working with a set of young actors because they are always high on energy. I appreciate their enthusiasm to learn constantly and their willingness to surrender themselves to the director.”

The actor then revealed that Sara was much disciplined during the whole shoot. She would hit the gym at 4 AM and then come on sets get her hair and makeup done and be ready with her lines by the time the camera was ready to roll. “She would bring healthy food from home while I would binge burgers,” Randeep added.

Helmed by Imtiaz Ali, Love Aaj is all set to release on Valentine’s Day.

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