Vaani Kapoor excited to share stage with Hrithik Roshan at UK Tour ‘Stars on Fire’

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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] : ‘War’ co-stars Vaani Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan are all set to reunite for the UK Tour ‘Stars on Fire’.

Vaani will be seen performing with Hrithik for her first-ever UK tour ‘Stars On Fire’ in London & Leeds. It will take place on September 1 at OVO Arena, Wembley, London, and September 2 at First Direct Arena, Leeds. Excited about the show, Vaani said, “It’s a special moment and feeling to share the stage with Hrithik Roshan. He is immensely talented and I am elated at this opportunity to set the stage on fire alongside him. Hrithik is not only an exceptional performer but also an inspiration. I can’t wait to create unforgettable moments and give our fans an electrifying experience they will cherish forever.” She added, “I’ve been blessed to have super-hit songs as part of my filmography be it Gulabi, Nashe Si Chad Gayi, or Ghungroo. Indian song and dance is celebrated worldwide and has a massive fandom.”

Meanwhile, on the acting front, Vaani will be seen headlining YRF Entertainment’s streaming series, ‘Mandala Murders’, a gritty crime thriller created and directed by the acclaimed Gopi Puthran, known for his work on ‘Mardaani 2’. This multi-season show is a part of YRF’s ambitious OTT slate that already comprises the much-awaited The Railway Men based on the deadly 1984 Bhopal Gas Tragedy. This series features R Madhavan, Kay Kay Menon, Divyendu and Babil Khan in the lead roles and is a tribute to the brave railway workers who saved scores of lives on this ill-fated night of devastation and horror.

Vaani also has ‘Sarvagunn Sampanna’ in her kitty. ‘Sarvagunn Sampanna’ will supposedly be set in the 90s with Vaani essaying the role of a porn star lookalike.The film promises to be a laughter-filled ride with a unique storyline set in the 90s. The film blends comedy and social commentary, offering a fresh perspective on contemporary issues with a touch of nostalgia.

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