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Abhishek Bachchan to starting shooting political-comedy Dasvi this month

After winding up the shoot of Bob Biswas, Abhishek Bachchan is all set for another interesting project. Dasvi, a film about a Chief Minister who is 10th fail, is his next project that is directed by Tushar Jalota and directed by Dinesh Vijan. 

A source close to the production revealed that the actor will be starting shoot on February 22 and said, “All through the lockdown, Abhishek has been in constant touch with Tushar and Dinoo, to discuss this film and it’s finally all set to go on the floors from February 22. It’s a script close to Abhishek’s heart and he is looking forward to get into the tale that chronicles the journey of a corrupt politician.” 

Abhishek Bachchan

Further adding a little about the premise of the film, the source said, “The title of the film is Dasvi, which indicates 10th grade, as Abhishek’s character is that of an SSC failed Chief Minister. The film is unlike any political film made in Bollywood as the narrative is entangled with a lot of humour.” 

After Dasvi, AB will reunite with John Abraham for the remake of a Malayalam film. 

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