Not Varun Dhawan, but Deepika Padukone to star in Badlapur 2?

Badlapur, coordinated by Sriram Raghavan, was a defining moment in Varun Dhawan’s vocation and set up his acting accreditations. Made on an unassuming spending plan, the film went ahead to procure thrice its financial plan, and brought its chief Sriram Raghavan (Ek Hasina Thi, Johnny Gaddaar) genuinely necessary business achievement.

Presently, as per most recent reports, a Badlapur continuation is being arranged and it may very well star none other than Deepika Padukone.

Badlapur was a grisly, exact retribution thriller where the saint, played by Varun Dhawan, went on a murdering frenzy to rebuff those that were in charge of the finish of his family. Will Deepika Padukone, then, interestingly be playing a vague screw-up in Badlapur 2, in the event that she is for sure doing the film?

Agreeing a report in DNA, Badlapur maker Dinesh Vijan is excited about restricting Deepika Padukone in for the film.

“A continuation of Badlapur, with a female hero and a totally new cast, is being arranged. Dinesh has bobbed the thought off to Deepika and she has adored it. It’s a character-driven part, much the same as Varun’s was in Badlapur. The script isn’t prepared yet and once that is done, the maker will give the on-screen character a full portrayal and get her dates obstructed for the film,” a source was cited as saying.

Badlapur maker Dinesh Vijan, who has turned chief with the forthcoming film Raabta, has worked together with Deepika Padukone thrice; Cocktail, Love Aaj Kal and Finding Fanny. His new Raabta stars Kriti Sanon as the main woman, however and still, after all that Deepika Padukone is the star of the title track video.

Other than the Dinesh Vijan-association, for a very long time, Deepika Padukone was appended to Sriram Raghavan’s conceivable true to life adjustment of Vikas Swarup’s novel, The Accidental Apprentice. In the event that Badlapur 2 works out with Deepika Padukone, then it will be an incredible mix – Deepika Padukone + Sriram Raghavan.