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Farah Khan's director husband Shirish Kunder is all set to roll his upcoming feature film, Mrs Serial Killer. If sources are to be believed, the makers are planning to rope the Chopra sisters in this heroine-centric film.
Reveals an insider, "Priyanka Chopra, Parineeti Chopra and Katrina Kaifare being considered for the female protagonist's role."
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While talking to DNA, when Shirish was asked about the star casts, he said, "I haven't approached anybody, but the bigger the actress, the bigger my budget will be. And I feel awkward approaching anybody. I am looking for a producer who will get me the actress. I recently completed a script-writing course in Los Angeles. We have to read our scripts to other students attending the course and they critically appraise our scripts. People from Russia, Italy, Spain... whoever heard the script loved it and said it has a universal tone - it can be set in any part of the world. That has given me the confidence to go ahead."
As far as the plot of his upcoming film concered, he revealed that, "It's a crime thriller, set at a hill station with a 40-day shooting schedule. I plan to start shooting at the end of the year as the story is set against a cold, wintry background. I require an actress, who is a performer. It's a dark, edgy, and fast-paced script. It's a Gone Girls-meets-Breaking Bad. The female protagonist is a good person who has to do bad things for a good purpose - to protect her loved ones. She has layers to her, I am very excited as this is my space. It's where my heart belongs. Kriti is a prelude to this film. People don't expect this kind of cinema from me."