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Ananya Panday shared some wonderful pictures of her dinner date with team Liger yesterday. Apart from the crew members of Liger,  the director and one of the producers of the movie Puri Jagannadh and Charmme Kaur respectively were also a part of this dinner date.

Surprisingly the Southern superstar Vijay Deverakonda who is the lead star in Liger was missing from this outing.

Liger is being directed by Puri Jagannadh.

Karan Johar announced this movie more than a year ago but due to the corona pandemic, it was delayed. In January, he revealed the name of the movie and the first look of Vijay Deverakonda as a boxer in Liger.

He wrote, "Presenting LIGER, starring the ruler of big screens & hearts - Vijay Deverakonda & the fiery Ananya Panday. Directed by the exceptionally skilled Puri Jagannadh, we can't wait to let the world witness this story in 5 languages - Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada & Malayalam. #Liger."

Vijay Deverakonda Is Already A Heartthrob of Bollywood Divas Even Before His Debut

The Arjun Reddy actor is expecting to win the hearts of millions by making a pan India debut with Liger. However, he already has a few celeb fans in Bollywood with the young B-town divas drooling over him.

From Sara Ali Khan to Janvhi Kapoor, the young actresses are a big fan of Vijay Deverakonda and are eager to share screen space with him. A couple of years ago on the couch of Koffee With Karan, Janvhi Kapoor revealed her wish to work with Vijay as he is extremely talented.

Even Sara Ali Khan recently shared her fangirl moment with the Southern superstar.
India Tv - Sara enjoys 'fangirl' moment with Vijay

 

Vijay Deverakonda already has a 100 crore deal for 3 movies with Dharma  Productions. With so many Bollywood beauties eager to step in as his female lead, the Tollywood superstar no wonder will have a lot of options choosing a few from them for his upcoming Bollywood flicks.

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