Fawad Khan Reveals His Next Films After Kapoor And Sons!

Fawad-Khan[tps_footer]Pakistani heartthrob Fawad Khan has gained an enormous fan following since his debut. The actor who is known for his killing looks is much adored by the female clan. Climbing the success ladder on a fast pace, Fawad debuted in the tinsel town with Sonam Kapoor starrer ‘Khoobsurat’. The actor since then was noticed for his promising acting skills.

The Khoobsurat actor has always been reserved in front of the shutterbugs, after starring with Sonam the dashing actor kept mum about his project ‘Kapoor & Sons’ too. The film ‘Kapoor & Sons Since 1921′ has finally released today and is expected to yield promising results at the box office. The movie stars actors Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra in lead roles along with Fawad.

There was no news about Fawad Khan’s upcoming project after the Shakun Batra directorial. The handsome hunk has finally confessed on his upcoming films on the micro blogging site Twitter. During a live chat with fans on Twitter, a fan asked Fawad about his films after ‘Kapoor & Sons’.

The amazing actor replied saying, “Yes. Albela shortly after release of Kapoor and Sons and Maula Jutt hopefully towards the end of the year.”

Screen Shot 2016-03-18 at 9.45.42 AMWith ‘Albela’ and ‘Maula Jutt’ on the way, we are assuming that Fawad will soon sign a Bollywood project too. The actor was speculated to be a part of Sonam Kapoor’s ‘Battle For Bittora’, but no official announcement for the same has yet been made.

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The mind blowing star is also roped in for Karan Johar directorial ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’, however just for a brief glimpse. The down to earth hunk was also kind enough to talk about his last read book and tweeted, “Not much of a reader but the last book I read which I really enjoyed was “Things Fall Apart” by Chinua Achebe.”

Well, now whether Fawad Khan impresses everyone with his film ‘Kapoor & Sons’ or no only time will tell.[/tps_footer]

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