Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover reunite for a thriller, Dangerous

Published: 06 August, 2020 18:41 IST | IANS | Mumbai

Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover, who shared the screen in Alone in 2015, are all set to reunite for another thriller titled Dangerous. And the trailer is out!

Picture Courtesy: YouTube
Picture Courtesy: YouTube

Bollywood couple Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover are all set to unite on screen again.

The couple will be seen in a thriller titled "Dangerous", co-starring Suyyash Rai, Natasha Suri, Sonali Raut, and Nitin Arora. The film is written by Vikram Bhatt and directed by Bhushan Patel.

"Our fans have been wanting to see me and Karan onscreen again. ‘Dangerous' was a script that really had me riveted, the twists and turns are sure to leave you astounded and this seemed like the perfect project to collaborate with each other again," Bipasha said.

Karan added: "Thriller as a genre always fascinates me, as a viewer and as an actor. I've always enjoyed watching a good whodunit and ‘Dangerous' promises to leave you guessing until the very end, I'm looking forward to seeing how the audience will react to it." This is the second time Bipasha and Karan unite on screen in a Bhushan Patel directorial after the 2015 horror film, "Alone".

Have a look at the trailer right here:

"Dangerous" is about a young entrepreneur whose wife is kidnapped, and his ex-girlfriend is sent to probe the case. The film, releasing on the OTT platform MX Player on August 14, is backed by Mika Singh and Vikram Bhatt.

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