Sajal Aly Will Star in Jemima Goldsmith’s ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’

Sajal Aly Will Star in Jemima Goldsmith’s ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’

British TV, film, and documentary producer Jemima Goldsmith is come to blows to produce her romantic comedy under the banner of her Instinct Productions. Sajal Aly Will Star in Jemima Goldsmith’s ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’.

According to official sources, Sajal Ahad Mir, previously Sajal Aly, is part of the star-studded cast of Jemima Goldsmith’s romantic comedy film, What’s Love Got To Do With It. The news has enthralled Sajal’s fans as she is ready to knuckle down an international project.

Particulars about What’s Love Got To Do With It?

Collaborating with Shekhar Kapur, popularly known for Mr India and Dil Se, the film titled What’s Love Got To With It? will mark his directorial return since his 2007 Oscar-winning production Elizabeth: The Golden Age.

The star-studded cast of the romcom includes Emma Thompson, Lily James, Shazad Latif, and Shabana Azmi. Written and produced by Jemima, the movie is being currently being in the United Kingdom. Senior journalist and entertainment reporter at BBC, Haroon Rashid, confirmed the news through direct sources.

According to BBC Reporter Haroon Rashid

“Sajal Ali has joined the cast of What’s Love Got To Do With It, directed by Shekhar Kapur and produced and written by Jemima Khan. The rom-com stars Emma Thompson, Lily James & Shazad Latif and is currently being shot in London. Confirmed by Sajal’s agent Hamid Hussain.”

“A retweet by Jemima indicates that Bollywood veteran actor Shabana Azmi is also part of the project. People are curious to know whether Jemima would be part of the acting crew or not. Sajal Ali is currently in London shooting for Jemima Goldsmith’s production, What’s Love Got To Do With It, directed by Shekhar Kapur. The film also stars Emma Thompson, Lily James, and Shazad Latif.”

The movie is set to explore cross-cultural conflicts of love and marriage, Kapur said,

“It’s a story of identities. It’s about cultural clashes and it’s a comedy, but it’s about hiding behind identity and how identities can become tribal, and how tribalism can lead to clashes and fundamentalism. It’s a romcom, but based on this fundamental idea of people adopting identities out of fear of marginalization.”

We are enthused that Sajal secured this high-profile gig. Looking forward to the movie to watch!

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