Eighties Bollywood famous person Mithun Chakraborty’s youngest son Namashi Chakraborty is gearing as much as make his Bollywood debut in Rajkumar Santoshi’s upcoming movie, however earlier than that the younger actor has gone forward and shot a mushy Valentines’ Day photo-op with Amrin Qureshi, co-star of his debut movie.

Namashi and Amrin’s debut enterprise is a rom-com titled Bad Boy. The movie is produced by Amrin’s father Sajid Qureshi.

Meanwhile, in a build-up to the hype for the movie, the 2 budding stars posed amidst heart-shaped balloons and on a bike to strike up some V-Day ardour.

Mithun Chakraborty's youngest son, Namashi Chakraborty, shoots for a special Valentine's Day photo-op with his Bad Boy costar, Amrin Qureshi 1

“It was a very challenging shoot but Rajkumar completed filming the movie in just 60 days, much ahead of schedule. We just have to shoot the songs now and after that we will be ready to start post-production,” producer Sajid Qureshi had a whereas again, in regards to the taking pictures of “Bad Boy”.

Both Namashi and Amrin have been prepping for their Bollywood debut. “Rajkumar had several rounds of auditions before deciding on them and thereafter put both of them through some acting workshops”, mentioned Sajid Qureshi.

“He (Mithun Chakraborty) was in the US when Namashi was signed for the film. But on his return, he met us and discussed the script” Qureshi mentioned in a assertion.

Badboy is produced by Inbox Pictures and shall be on the strains of Santoshi’s earlier movies Phata Poster Nikhla Hero and Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani as this style appeals to youthful audiences extra.

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