Fawad Khan's big fat 'Punjabi Nikaah'?

Will the Pakistani heartthrob make it to Sohail Khan's next?

Entertainment Desk May 02, 2015
Will the Pakistani heartthrob make it to Sohail Khan's next? PHOTO: PUBLICITY

Fawad Khan seems to be all set to tie the knot once again - in an on-screen appearance in Sohail Khan's My Punjabi Nikaah, Bollywood entertainment portal Pinkvilla has reported.

While there has been no official announcement from the producers just yet, stylist Ashley Rebello has confirmed that he will be styling Fawad for the film, according to Pinkvilla.

Fawad Khan with wife Sadaf

My Punjabi Nikaah is a romantic comedy loosely based on My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Fawad will play a nawab's son in the film - a Muslim who falls in love with a Hindu girl.

The film has been on the backburner since 2005 and was initally supposed to star Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan, but for some reason did not manage to kick off. Sohail Khan later confirmed that Salman Khan would not be a part of the project due to date conflicts.

If it goes ahead, this project would be an addition to the growing list of Bollywood films that the Pakistani hearthrob has under his belt. Fawad Khan made his Bollywood debut in 2014 opposite Sonam Kapoor in Khoobsurat, and soon found himself surrounded by film offers.

Still from Khoobsurat

He is currently working on Battle for Bittora, also opposite Sonam Kapoor, and will soon start shooting for Kapoor and Sons opposite Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra. He has also made several TV appearances in India, showcasing his singing skills.

Fawad Khan singing in Jhalak Dikhlaja


JAT2 | 8 years ago | Reply @JAT He is pure ethinic punjabi belonging to family originally from LAHORE and his father traces his lineage to PATIALA.
Azeez | 8 years ago | Reply Pakistani actors(male or female) can't dance like Indians,they are very shy in nature.From that point of view fawad khan is a waste.
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