Kiara Advani is making headlines for all the right reasons. First, it was her cameo in Kalank, then sharing screen space with Shahid Kapoor in Kabir Singh and now she has once again hit the headlines for teaming up with Kaan Johar for Guilty on Nextflix.
Kiara Advani is set to star in Ruchi Narain's Guilty, produced by Karan Johar's digital content division Dharmatic Entertainment.
"We're buzzing to announce that Kiara Advani will return to Netflix in a new movie called Guilty produced by Dharmatic, a Karan Johar company. Okay, the buzzing has intensified. Who has the remote." tweeted Nextflix India.
According to a press release, Guilty is about a musician whose boyfriend, a college heartthrob, is accused of rape by a small-town girl. The film explores the different versions of truth and makes us question who is truly guilty in such circumstances.
Kiara Advani made her digital streaming debut with the anthology film Lust Stories in 2018. She starred alongside Shahid Kapoor in Sandeep Reddy Vanga's Kabir Singh, the Hindi remake of the 2017 Telugu hit Arjun Reddy. Released on June 21, 2019, Kabir Singh has set the Box Office on fire.
Kaira Advani is set to share screen space with Kareena Kapoor, Akshay Kumar and Diljit Dosanjh in Good News, a pregnancy-themed comedy, which is set for a December 27, 2019, release. She is also sharing screen space with Akshay Kumar in Laxmmi Bomb, the Hindi remake of the Tamil hit Kanchana, and Sher Shah, a biopic of war hero Vikram Batra.
Ruchi Narain's screenwriting credits include Sudhir Mishra's Calcutta Mail (2003) and Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi (2003). She made her debut with Kal in 2007 and directed the 2017 animated film Hanuman Da Damdaar.
In fact Guilty was announced as one of 10 new Netflix original films from India back in April, alongside productions and directorial ventures from the likes of Shah Rukh Khan, Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee (Khosla Ka Ghosla!), Ronnie Screwvala (Uri: The Surgical Strike), Farah Khan (Main Hoon Na), and Sudhir Mishra (Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi).
Guilty will be out on Netflix later in the year.