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Makers of Janhit Mein Jaari planning a sequel- Cinema express

Makers of Janhit Mein Jaari planning a sequel

They have also been approached for the regional remake rights of the social-comedy

Published: 28th June 2022

The makers of Janhit Mein Jaari are planning a sequel. The film, starring Nushrratt Bharuccha, was released in theatres on June 10. It is a social comedy-drama that addresses the stigma around condoms. Nushrratt portrays a young girl who sells condoms for a living, and decides to teach her family, in-laws and society at large a lesson.

Sources now reveal that the makers are planning a sequel with another riveting subject issued in public interest. Furthermore, as per sources, a South-based production house has approached Bhanushali Studio Limited for the Tamil, Telugu and Punjabi remake rights of Janhit Mein Jaari with an A-list female star in each language.

Incidentally, Nushrratt's other film, Chhorii, from 2021, is also getting a sequel. Speaking about it, Nushrratt had told Cinema Express, "Vishal (Furia, director) is still writing it. I have no clue what he has in mind. I didn’t even ask when he announced the sequel. I’m sure like the first film, it will be something he really believes in. I’m thoroughly excited."

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