Ritabhari Chakraborty’s Shah Rukh Khan Dream Come True With ‘Jawan’

Ritabhari Chakraborty
Ritabhari Chakraborty

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It’s impressive to see Ritabhari Chakraborty making a lasting impact on the Indian film industry by challenging stereotypes. But did you know she also had handcrafting dialogues for Shah Rukh Khan’s latest promo for “Jawan”? According to renowned writer Sumit Arora, who wrote the dialogues for the promo, Ritabhari played a crucial role in brainstorming and developing the script. It’s great to see talented individuals working together to create something special, and the promo serves as a reminder of Shahrukh Khan’s incredible talent and star power.
I recently came across a post on Instagram by Ritabhari Chakraborty, where she expressed her gratitude for having the opportunity to write the dialogues for Shah Rukh Khan’s promo. She feels blessed to have worked with such a renowned star and was overjoyed when he appreciated her work on the phone. In the post, she also shared a funny comment by someone named @iamsrk, who believes that Ritabhari Chakraborty is a better name for a writer than Sumit Sabka baap ne bol dia. Overall, it was great to see Chakraborty achieving her dream and getting recognition for her hard work.
On the work front, Ritabhari Chakraborty is excited to share that she is gearing up for her upcoming music video, “Time,” which will be released this Friday. Ritabhari has joined forces with Chintan Rachchh and Nikhita Gandhi for this project and can’t wait for everyone to see it. She recently wrapped up her other project called Nandini, where she played a character adapted from Sayantani Putatunda’s book. She is eager for everyone to see it because it was a fantastic experience.
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