Katrina Kaif, Sriram Raghavan, Merry Christmas, Vijay Sethupathi

Actor Katrina Kaif has now kick-started the shoot of Sriram Raghavan’s directorial venture Merry Christmas which also stars Vijay Sethupathi. Katrina recently took to her Instagram account and dropped a picture of the film’s clapboard where it is seen how she has begun her shooting for the film. Though she has not mentioned her caption nor has tagged her co-stars, it is not clear if she is shooting with Vijay Sethupathi. This is the first time where she will be working with ace director Sriram Raghavan who previously delivered Andhadhun which was one of the biggest hits back then.

Earlier, after getting married to actor Vicky Kaushal, Katrina took everyone by surprise when she announced the next project with Sriram. Sharing a picture with the director and superstar Vijay along with the producers, Katrina wrote, “New Beginnings. BACK ON SET with director #sriramraghavan for Merry Christmas! I’ve always wanted to work with Sriram Sir, He is a master when it comes to narratives that showcase thrillers and it’s an honor to be directed by him. Super excited to be teaming up with @actorvijaysethupathi for this one produced by @rameshtaurani & @sanjayroutraymatchbox

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Meanwhile, the Zero actor just also announced the release date of her highly anticipated film, Tiger 3, also starring Salman Khan. The film is all set to hit the big screens on Eid 2023. Sharing a power-packed video, Katrina wrote, “Tiger & Zoya are back AGAIN!! In cinemas on Eid 2023. Releasing in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Celebrate #Tiger3 with #YRF50 only at a big screen near you on 21st April 2023. @beingsalmankhan #ManeeshSharma | @yrf | #Tiger3

Katrina Kaif also has Ali Abbas Zafar’s next and Phone Bhoot.

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