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Shoojit Sircar's next film to release in theatres in November

Starring Abhishek Bachchan, the yet-to-titled film will explore the bond of a father-daughter relation

PTI New Delhi Published 09.05.24, 10:00 AM
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Filmmaker Shoojit Sircar on Wednesday said his new feature film will hit the screens on November 15.

The director made the announcement on the ninth anniversary of his film "Piku", a heartwarming story about a father and daughter, played by Amitabh Bachchan and Deepika Padukone.

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Sircar, also known for "Vicky Donor", "October", and "Udham Singh", said father-daughter relationships hold a special place in his heart and he is set to explore the bond once again in his currently untitled film with Abhishek Bachchan.

"The father-daughter relationships (are) really special. They have their own set of awkwardness & challenges. Also, I feel it's one of the least discussed or represented relationships, which has a lot of scope for beautiful stories.

"'Piku' was one such story with which I could immediately connect and I could present it with so much. Likewise, my next also revolves around a sweet bond between a father and daughter and makes you travel with their emotional journey & we are ready to bring this heartwarming story in front of audiences globally in theatres on November 15th, 2024," the filmmaker said in a statement.

A commercial and critical hit, "Piku" was a slice-of-life drama revolving around an architect called Piku (Padukone) and her father Bhashkor (Amitabh Bachchan), a hypochondriac with chronic constipation. Written by Juhi Chaturvedi, the film also starred Irrfan.

Padukone, who was praised for her performance in the movie, shared a throwback photo with Bachchan and Irrfan from the set on its nine-year anniversary.

"He loves telling everyone how much I eat! @amitabhbachchan #Piku #Bashkor #Rana #ShoojitSirkar @irrfan Oh how much we miss you..." she wrote.

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