Anubhav Sinha Trying His Best To Make Tum Bin 2 A Major Success

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A few days ago, filmmaker Anubhav Sinha released the teaser of Tum Bin 2 amidst much media speculation. The movie, which is the official sequel of Tum Bin, promises to be a musical love story. While the earlier film saw Priyanshu Chatterjee, Himanshu Malik, Sandali Sinha, and Raqesh Vashisth playing important roles, this one will be seeing Neha Sharma, Aashim Gulati, and Aditya Seal sharing screen space. Along with the teaser, the makers also showcased a revamped version of a famous song of the titular film. In fact, reports say Anubhav Sinha is leaving no stone unturned to make Tum Bin 2 a major success. While the movie is slated to release in November this year, it is already making headlines!

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Shah Rukh Khan And Salman Khan To Be A Part Of The Film

Recent reports say that Sinha has roped in a number of Bollywood biggies for his film. We already told you that West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo will be making his Bollywood singing debut with a track in this film. We now hear that none other than Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan will be doing a guest appearance in Tum Bin 2. In fact, it has also been cited that Bhushan Kumar has already approached both the actors to be a part of the film.

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Picture Courtesy: www.indianexpress.com

Tum Bin 2 Will Release In November

Both Salman and Shah Rukh Khan had tweeted in support of the film after its teaser was released. When contacted, Anubhav Sinha did not reveal anything about the movie. But he did give a hint that Bhushan has some big plans for the marketing of the romantic film. In fact, he also said that Salman Khan was the first star who congratulated him on the success of Tum Bin. The earlier flick was super duper hit, primarily due to the fresh pairing and fantastic music score.

 

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