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Bollywood in 2018: 5 trends to watch out for

Year of Ranveer

With release postponed to 2018 (hopefully!) and films with Zoya Akhtar and Rohit Shetty also lined up in the same year, Ranveer Singh has the highest odds of being the performer of the year. It will be the second time that Singh joins hands with Akhtar and Shetty in two starkly different projects., Akhtar’s next after , Singh will get to showcase his vocal chords as he plays a rapper from Mumbai slums. If the first look of Shetty’s Simmba is anything to go by, Singh looks to recreate the craziness of the Ching’s short film/commercial the duo earlier worked on.

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