Thursday, December 27, 2018 13:54 IST
The Grapevine is that legendary filmmaker JP Dutta has started shooting for his next film. The director who usually takes 7-8 years gap in between making two films, is leaving no time now to kick-start his next.
Sources has it that immediately after his last release Paltan, JP Dutta started work on his next - which is apparently not a war film.
Source reveals "JP Sir was very sure to not take a break and kick start work on his next immediately. He along with his team worked on the script and has already started the pre-production. JP sir was to attend a close friend's wedding in Jodhpur for two days. He decided to pre-pone his trip to the city and spend eight days in Jodhpur for a recee. He's keen to start shooting by mid next year.`
JP Dutta's recently enthralled the audience with his epic war film Paltan after 12 long years.
With Paltan the ace filmmaker also completed his war trilogy and had left no stone unturned for the film.
The national-award winning director had earlier treated the audience with war films like Border, LOC Kargil, and Refugee among others.
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