Ajay Devgn to do a cameo in 'Fitoor'

 
Ajay Devgn to do a cameo in 'Fitoor'

It has been revealed that Ajay Devgn has a minute long cameo appearance in the film 'Fitoor' . The film stars Aditya Roy Kapoor and Katrina Kaif in the lead while Rekha has a key role.

A source said, "A couple of days ago, there was a lot of buzz about Devgn declining the cameo offer because he wanted to focuss on his home production 'Shivaay'. But that has been proved wrong as he is already present on the set to honour his commitment to the makers of 'Fitoor'.

After completing the first leg of the shoot in Kashmir Valley, the film's cast and crew have been in Delhi since February.

Apart from Ajay Devgn, actor-producer Lara Dutta and singer Talat Aziz will also be seen making guest appearances in the film.

Based on Charles Dicken's novel 'Great Expectations', the film 'Fitoor' is directed by Abhishek Kapoor, produced by Siddharth Roy Kapoor and is slated to release next year.

 
 

 
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