Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma, without a doubt make a great pair on-screen and will be seen once again in the upcoming `Dil Dhadakne Do`, Zee News reports.
The duo has earlier worked in hit movies like `Band Baja Baarat` and `Ladies vs Ricky Bahl` and their chemistry have enchanted one and all.
Singh, who is allegedly dating Deepika Padukone, says that he shares a special bond with Sharma and is looking forward to work with her.
Now, we all know of Singh-Sharma`s alleged relationship in the past and it would be interesting to see the two come together for their next flick helmed by Zoya Akhtar.
“Yes, we are in touch with each other. We share a very healthy and professional relationship. I believe Anushka is one of the best young actors in our country. She is incredibly talented and we work well together. I share special chemistry with her. I am excited to work with her again as it has been a long gap since we worked together,” Singh told.
`Dil Dhadakne Do` will see Singh and Sharma as a couple, while Singh and Priyanka Chopra will play siblings. It also features Farhan Akhtar, Anil Kapoor and Shefali Shah. Apparently, the film revolves around a Punjabi family on a cruise trip. It is produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan`s Excel Entertainment and scheduled to release next year in June.
“I was waiting for the next opportunity where I will get to work with her (Anushka) again as we worked well together in our previous films. She hasn`t been part of prep process as she got back from shooting of `NH 10`,” he said.
Sharma is turning producer with `NH 10`, an upcoming thriller film directed by Navdeep Singh of `Manorama Six Feet Under` fame. The film is co-produced by Phantom Films and is scheduled to release in September this year.
“I am very proud of the fact that she is the youngest producer in Hindi film industry. I know little about `NH 10`, I know it is going to be a fantastic film,” Singh said.
Well, let`s see if their chemistry would be able to cast a spell on the audience once again.
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