After bagging much appreciation for his debut movie Filmistaan, National Award winner director Nitin Kakkar is ready with his next project “Notebook”. It is a Love Story set in Kashmir introduces Pranutan Behl and Zaheer Iqbal to explore the screen space. It comes out to be a remake of the 2014 film “Teacher’s Diary”.
The movie has been produced by Salman Khan Films. While Zaheer Iqbal hails from a non-filmy background debutant actress Pranutan was a lawyer by profession but they have now destined to work together for the same niche.
Calling it not an actual love format director said, “There is nothing cliched about Notebook. As a director, I was able to go beyond cliches. There is a conflict in the film but of a different type. It is not a run-of-the-mill story. It is not in the classic Romeo-Juliet format. Recently Salman Khan shared the poster on social media and captioned the post: “This Notebook is incomplete without these beautiful kids. Get ready to meet them”. At the same level, Pranutan and Zaheer Iqbal’s posts seems like the children will play an important role in the film.
Notebook movie, Salman Khan brings an unusual love story
As in Pranutan shared the poster on her Instagram profile and wrote: “They complete our Notebook.” Similarly, Zaheer Iqbal captioned the post: “Inke bina hamari love story adhoori hai.” This shows the high boost level of both the actors.
Notebook is the story of a school teacher (Pranutan) who teaches in a school somewhere in Kashmir. She teaches seven sweet little kids but had to leave them to get married. When she leaves this was the time when Zaheer arrives at the school as her replacement. As he bonds with the young kids, consequently, he also finds an old notebook, left behind by Pranutan. Through the notebook, he comes across a lot of things about her and falls in love with her.
Cute na!!! the film will be released on 29th march this year.
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