Canada-based filmmaker Deepa Mehta garnered praises for directing 'Midnight's Children'. It was inspired from the Booker Prize winner by Salman Rushdie. The eminent filmmaker Mehta is now geared up to come up with her next, which will be an action-drama that also spins around family and love. It will be titled 'Inland' and will feature international star cast.
As the latest news update revealed, Randeep Hooda has been roped in to play a key role in Deepa Mehta's next. The movie will be made in Hindi, English and Punjabi, as per the report. Randeep once revealed that he is a great fan of Clint Eastwood films and is keen to act in Hollywood flicks. Well, this movie offer seems to be his first step towards Hollywood!
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