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Just a week ago it was reported that Tiger Shroff is all set to star in Karan Johar's Student Of The Year 2, and the actor expressed his happiness to star in a KJO film. What is surprising is that a source close to the film has revealed the film would have two female debutants and they are none other then Saif Ali Khan's daughter, Sara Ali Khan and Sridevi's daughter Jhanvi Kapoor.
The source was quoted as saying, "In the sequel, two girls will woo Tiger. In all possibility, it will be Sara Ali Khan (Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh's daughter) and Jhanvi Kapoor (Boney Kapoor and Sridevi's daughter)."
A Trade Analyst revealed the economics of starring two debutants by saying, "It is more profitable and a safer bet for a production house to launch a newcomer than to make a film with stars these days. Films may or may not run, but if you cast a new actor who gets accepted, then the production house makes money for five years without any investment, apart from making one film."
The Trade Analyst further commented, "When a banner launches an actor, they are contract-bound and the producer gets 20 per cent of whatever the actor makes for five years. This includes film fees, endorsements, shows, live performances, wedding appearances, etc. At the end of five years, KJo would have made at least 300 crore from Alia, Sidharth and Varun. That's how much a Khan film makes! Aditya Chopra started this model and has launched maximum newcomers. In Karan's case, all film kids want to be launched in his films, so it's win-win."