Boman Irani and Rajkummar Rao start rehearsals for ‘Made In China’

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Boman Irani and Rajkummar Rao start rehearsals for 'Made In China'
Boman Irani and Rajkummar Rao start rehearsals for 'Made In China'

Boman Irani who is gearing up for his forthcoming film “Made In China” said he had started rehearsals with film’s lead actor Rajkummar Rao.

Boman interacted with media on Monday after inaugurating a painting exhibition titled ‘The Vibrant Earth’ by singer Chandana Dixit along with Anup Jalota.

Asked about his upcoming film ‘Made in China’ with Rajkummar, Boman said, “I am really excited to be part of it. In fact yesterday, Rajkummar Rao came at my house where we started rehearsals of the film. I am excited to work with him as well. He is a good actor. He tries to do something different in his every film.

He has a fire in him and taking inspiration of his energy, I am also inspired to do the movie. So overall, I am thrilled to work with him.”

For the last few days, Boman is suffering from slip disc because of which he is not able to walk properly. When asked about his health he said, “We shouldn’t talk about the injury. I don’t want to give it extra attention and attract more sickness.”  But he also reassured that he will be fine and will start shooting for the multi starrer ‘Total Dhamaal’.

 “After 2-3 days, I will resume shooting of ‘Total Dhamaal’ where we will shoot a song. I don’t know what I will be doing in the song,” The comedy Total Dhamaal’ also stars Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Arshad Warsi and Niharica Raizada in lead roles.
Boman’s “Made in China” will be his third association with Maddock Films and first with Rajkummar. The film is said to be a hilarious take on a struggling Gujarati businessman, played by Rajkummar, and the bizarre journey he undertakes to become a successful entrepreneur while Boman will reportedly play the role of a doctor in the film.
“Made in China”  directed by Mikhil Musale and produced by Dinesh Vijan under the banner of Maddock Films will release in mid 2019.