Well don’t be surprised with the coincidence. We all know that one of Shah Rukh Khan’s most reckoned movies’ is Chak De India. Remember SRK playing a coach of the girl’s hockey team? On similar lines, now we are informed that Jai Ho fame Daisy Shah is roped in to play a coach too albeit of a football team and in a gujarati film.
After a series of successful performances in Bollywood, actress Daisy Shah is roped in to play the lead in a Gujarati film, titled 'Gujarat 11'. This will be her debut in the Gujarati film industry, which will feature her opposite Prateek Gandhi, whose movie WRONG SIDE RAJU won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in 2017. Daisy was last seen in Salman Khan starrer RACE 3 where one of her dialogues 'Our business is our business, none of your business' became viral on social media.
Talking about her upcoming film Daisy says, “A close friend told me that though I have been working in Bollywood, I should do a film in my mother tongue whenever I get the chance. I feel lucky to have found a good project to work in and that’s the reason I am doing a Gujarati film. When director Jayant Gilatar narrated the script to me, it immediately grabbed my attention. This film is different from what I have done till date. Besides pushing me on the physical front, I will also have to work on my language, as I speak Mumbaiya Gujarati.”
When further asked if she would take up more regional films Daisy said narration. “As far as I am getting interesting projects to work in, it doesn’t matter whether it’s Bollywood, South or Gujarati. The script is the hero for me.” Daisy along with Bollywood has also been a part of other regional cinema. She made her debut with a Tamil film VANDE MATARAM and later made a powerful impact with her debut performance in the Kannada film BODYGUARD. Daisy being a Gujarati herself showed a lot of excitement and enthusiasm on becoming a part of 'Gujarat 11'. so much so that she was ready to sign the film just after 45mins of narration.
In 'Gujarat 11', Daisy will be seen enacting a football coach who builds a football team consisting of kids from juvenile homes and leads them to glory. The film will be shot in different parts of Mumbai and Gujarat.
The rest of the cast of the film is yet to be made official and the film directed by Jayant Gilatar is expected to go on floor by 11th of February 2019.