Many heroes refused to turn on the ‘Batti Gul Meter’.

Shahid Kapoor was not initially offered the film.
Many heroes refused to turn on the 'Batti Gul Meter'.

Shri Narayan Singh’s film ‘Batti Gul Meter Chalu’ is under discussion nowadays. Shahid Kapoor is playing the lead role in this film and he believes that after working on this film he has come to understand the problem of electricity very well. In such a situation, the news about this film is that Shahid Kapoor’s name has not been fixed in the film before. Earlier, Shahid Kapoor was not offered a photo, but before that Imran Khan was offered a photo.

Yes, it has been confirmed that the original scriptwriter of the film, Bipul Rawal, took the offer of the film to Imran Khan. At that time, Perrana talked to Aurora to produce the huge film and wanted to direct the film himself. In this situation Imran Khan listens to the script of the film comfortably and he also likes it. Imran reached home thinking he would do the film but it didn’t happen. Imran Khan told Bipul at the time that he was too busy and was planning to direct the film himself.

After Imran Khan’s rejection, he went to John Abraham, but he was not spoken to there either. After that the picture reached Shahid Kapoor. Speaking about the film, Shahid Kapoor said that he feels that although we do not know about the problem of electricity bill and complete confusion about it while living in Mumbai, there are many areas which do not fall into these. There are many problems for various reasons. Shahid said that he has learned the dialect of Uttarakhand for this film. The film will be released on September 21. Shraddha Kapoor and Yami Gautam have played important roles in the film.

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