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Aditya Roy Kapur turned into an overnight sensation when he went 'Tum Hi Ho' for his reel lady-love Shraddha Kapoor in Aashiqui 2.
The two set the screen on fire with their sizzling hot chemistry and the film's songs made their way in every lover's book.
But do you folks know that Aditya was never the first choice for this movie? Sorry to break your hearts! Read on to know more...
Not Aditya But Sakshi Khanna Was To Be The Aashiqui 2 Boy
Yes, you heard it right. We hear that late actor Vinod Khanna's son Sakshi was supposed to make his Bollywood debut with this film.
Mukesh Bhatt Had Approached Sakshi For The Film
Buzz is that producer Mukesh Bhatt had approached Vinod Khanna to launch his son in Aashiqui 2.
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Unfortunately, Khanna had committed his son's dates to another filmmaker and hence Sakshi was unavailable for Aashiqui 2. Finally due to time constraint, the Bhatts decided to settle for Aditya RoyKapur to play the male lead Rahul Jaykar.
Is Aashiqui 3 Happening Soon?
Meanwhile, there are reports that Mohit Suri is planning to make Aashiqui 3 with Sidharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt. However the filmmaker denies that he has finalized the cast.
Mohit Doesn't Want To Make Aashiqui 3 For The Sake Of It
While talking to PTI, Mohit said, "It's a loved franchise but it should come back for the right reason, which is the script. I would've made Aashiqui 2 even if it would've been called ‘RJ ki ek love story'. I wanted to make the film badly and tell the story.
He Doesn't Want To Make A Bad Aashiqui 3
He further added, "You shouldn't make a film because you want to capitalise on a title. You can get the film to the audience but you can't make them like it. I can lose everything I built with ‘Aashiqui 2' by making a bad ‘Aashiqui 3."
Who would you like to see in Aashiqui 3? Do jot down your thoughts in the comment section below!