Aditya Roy Kapur and Mrunal Thakur will soon be seen on screen together in their upcoming film 'Gumraah.' The crime thriller, which is a Hindi remake of the hit Tamil film 'Thadam,' has already begun filming, and the cast is expected to be back on sets by Tuesday for the film's second schedule.
According to a news portal report, the cast and crew will set up shop in a Mumbai school. A school in Mumbai's Goregaon has apparently been converted into a police station, from which the cast will film the key scenes. Mrunal Thakur will play a cop in the film, and Aditya Roy Kapur will be seen playing double roles.
As per reports, the Dalwai Educational Trust Goregaon English School is being converted into a police station for the duration of the shoot. The location will be used for many of Mrunal's scenes and the cast and crew of the film is hoping to finish the second schedule early next month before the school reopens for the new academic year.
The producers are working extremely hard to match the scale of the Tamil film, which was a huge success. The film, directed by Vardhan Ketkar, is about two lookalikes who are the primary suspects in a murder case but do not know each other.