October 5, 2022



Salman Khan Will Be Seen In Riteish Debut Directorial

Bollywood Actor Salman Khan has recently wrapped up the shooting of Riteish Deshmukh’s directorial debut Marathi film ‘Ved’. Now Riteish Deshmukh has shared some Behind the Scenes (BTS) photos with Salman Khan from the sets of the film on social media. Along with this, Ritesh has also written a special note for Salman thanking him for joining the film.

Sharing the photos, Riteish Deshmukh wrote, “As we celebrate Ashadhi Ekadashi today. I wish you all happiness, love and prosperity in your life. On this auspicious day I am thrilled to say that your blessings I have completed the shooting of my first directorial debut Marathi film ‘Ved’. This journey had its challenges. But when you are surrounded by people who are always there by your support, the only way is to move forward , that you can go. There is one such person, my dearest ‘Salman Bhau’.”

Riteish Deshmukh further wrote, “I have no words to express my gratitude for the kindness and kindness he has shown towards Genelia and me. He was a part of my first Marathi film ‘Laya Bhaari’ and now he is my first directorial. Be a part of the film. Love you Bhau.”

Ritesh made his acting debut in the Marathi industry in the year 2014 with the film ‘Laya Bhaari’. In this film of his, Salman Khan gave a special appearance in the role of ‘Bhau’. Riteish’s wife Genelia D’Souza gave a cameo appearance in a song of this film. Apart from Ritesh, Sharad Kelkar, Radhika Apte, Tanvi Azmi and Aditi Pohankar were also seen in lead roles in this film.

Let us tell you that with ‘Ved’, Genelia D’Souza is going to make her acting debut in the Marathi industry. Ritesh will also be seen acting in this film. Apart from Riteish-Genelia, Jia Shankar is also in the lead role in this film. At the same time, Salman Khan will be seen in a cameo role in this film. Famous music composer duo Ajay-Atul has given music in this film. The film will be released in cinemas on 12 August 2022.

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