The story weaves cricket into arom-com Mirror (January 22) had earlier reported that South sensation Dulquer Salmaan and Sonam Kapoor will feature in the screen adaptation of Anuja Chauhan's 2008 novel The Zoya Factor. Sonam announced the news on Twitter on Tuesday along with a photoshoot image.
Son of legendary Malayalam actor Mammotty, Salmaan during an interview with IANS past year said that he does not take his stardom and success seriously.
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Abhishek Sharma had talked about the film in an earlier interview, and said, "Cricket woven into a rom-com and touching on superstition and luck, it's an fantastic book for a screen adaptation". Reportedly, the actor will be seen playing a character named Nikhil in the movie.
Dulquer also shared the image with the caption" "Now this one is really special for me!
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The Zoya Factor is based on Anuja Chauhan's novel of the same name. The movie is going to be directed by Abhishek Sharma and is going to be released on April 2019. Co-starring Sonam Kapoor, directed by #AbhishekSharma. Sonam Kapoor will be essaying the character of the title role of Zoya. The film will mark Dulquers Bollywood acting debut. Sonam was sent an autographed copy of the book after he saw Neerja.
Director Abhishek Sharma completed the final draft of the script and will start shooting in August.
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Abhishek Sharma, Director, "Cricket woven into a rom-com and touching on superstition and luck, it's an wonderful book for a screen adaptation". He was quoted as saying by the tabloid, "I knew immediately that this was the boy we were looking for". How they fall for each other gradually and did India lift the world cup forms the rest of the plot. When they win the match that day, the team, as well as the media, believe that Zoya is a lucky charm.