Varun Dhawan and Samantha Ruth Prabhu Unite with Saqib Saleem in the Raj and DK’s Show

Citadel: One of the most eagerly anticipated films is Citadel, starring Varun Dhawan and Samantha Ruth Prabhu and directed by the team of Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK. The performers have started preparing for their roles as they will appear in some intense action sequences in the programme, just as the filmmakers have started the pre-production work. On Citadel, Pinkvilla has recently updated the casting. We now know that Varun and Samantha will be joined in the series by actor Saqib Saleem.

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Raj and DK plan to begin filming in the latter half of November.

Saqib recently joined the cast and has a major part in the programme. He has been preparing for his part as well. Raj and DK plan to begin filming in the latter half of November. The show will be filmed in a few different foreign countries in addition to Mumbai, where filming will start. The filmmakers are finalising these locations and casting people for additional crucial roles in Citadel, according to a person familiar with the project.

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Varun and Saqib previously worked in Dhishoom

It’s interesting to note that Varun and Saqib previously collaborated on the film Dishoom, which was directed by the former’s brother Rohit Dhawan and featured the Badlapur actor in the role of a cop and Saqib in that of a cricketer.

Varun will begin filming Citadel following the release of Amar Kaushik’s Bhediya on November 25, 2022, and will immediately begin the promotion of that movie.

Samantha’s next films are Yashoda and Shaakuntalam, both directed by Hari-Harish. The Immortal Ashwatthama, which she will star in next opposite Vicky Kaushal, is reportedly back on schedule and will begin filming in the summer of 2019.

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