Rakul Preet Singh has marked a movie with Ronnie Screwvala's pennant RSVP which is a direct-to-digital project. The idiosyncratic social drama has Rakul assuming the part of a condom analyzer.
The yet-to-be-named film has been bolted and will go on floors once the circumstance gets back to routineness. In any case, relatively few realize that Rakul wasn't the best option for the film.
A source close to the development revealed, "Before Rakul, a similar project was first offered to Sara Ali Khan. Sara, who is additionally doing the Vicky Kaushal starrer Ashwatthama under a similar flag, was drawn closer for the social dramatization. Yet, after the portrayal, she graciously declined the film. She educated the RSVP group she will not have the option to do the part of a sexecutive in the project however RSVP is addressing her for another project now."
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For the individuals who don't have the foggiest idea of what a sexecutive means, we will disclose it to you. Huge condom makers employ individuals over the age of 18 and get them on the finance to do a task. What's the work? They need to test and check the solidness of the condoms during their demonstration of intercourse. This is accomplished for each new sample before the dispatch and their criticism is given the most extreme significance.
Not only Sara, before the film arrived on Rakul's lap, but it was also likewise pitched to another youthful entertainer. The source adds, "After Sara declined the offer, the film was offered to Ananya Panday who additionally let it pass. Obviously, Ananya and her group felt that the idea and the job were excessively striking for her, so she would not like to do it." But it appears to be that Sara and Ananya's misfortune was Rakul's benefit here!
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The source finishes up, "It's an idiosyncratic drama that additionally targets destigmatizing the utilization of condoms. Indians actually modest while purchasing condoms or in any event, expressing the word. The film will be a striking however hilarious interpretation of the equivalent, similar to Dream Girl."