Kat’s Small Sis: Isabelle To Romance Salman’s Bro-In-Law: Aayush In Her Debut

The wait is finally over for those who have been eagerly waiting for the Bollywood debut of Katrina Kaif‘s sister: Isabelle Kaif. This gorgeous lady has been roped in to play the leading lady of Salman Khan‘s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma in ‘Kwatha’. Both of these will act as each other’s love interests on the silver screen in Kwatha.

Salman Khan tweeted this news and his words read,

“#IsabelleKaif and @aaysharma to star in a film inspired by true events involving the Indian army in #Kwatha @karanlbutani.” (sic)

Kat Isabelle Salman Aayush
Kat Isabelle Salman Aayush

Read out the tweet below for yourself:

Aayush will be playing an army personnel in this flick. Last seen in ‘Love Yatri’, Aayush was quoted as saying,

“It’s a huge honour to play an army officer. I’m really looking forward to start shooting for the film.”

Inspired by true life happenings, ‘Kwatha’ is a flick that will show on silver screen how few incidents change a man’s opinion and perspective about certain things. Jointly produced by Sunil Jain and Aditya Joshi of Cult Entertainment, it will be helmed by Karan Butani.

This Aayush Sharma-Isabelle starrer is most likely to enter production phase in around September this year and is scheduled to make a silver screen landing in 2020.

There was news in the past, that Isabelle’s debut will be opposite Sooraj Pancholi in Stanley D’costa’s directorial ‘Time To Dance’. But even after Isabelle doing her part in the flick already, there has been no update on the release date of the movie till date.

Just recently, during a F2F with India Today, when Kat was asked what advice she has for her sister before she enters the industry. She replied,

“I always tell my sister that whether you are a director or an actor, you have to have nerves of steel to be in the film industry. It’s not easy. Make sure that you do what you want. Don’t look at anyone else as an example or follow their path. You should try to hear your own voice.”


Gaurav Gupta

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