Is Tabu's nephew Fateh Randhawa B-town ready?

Updated: Jul 11, 2019, 12:09 IST | mid-day online correspondent |

Tabu's nephew Fateh Randhawa expected to make his Bollywood debut


Tabu's sister Farha's son Fateh Randhawa is all set for Bollywood. There is tattle that Karan Johar might launch him. Those in the know say it could be Dostana 2. The filmmaker has yet to announce another male actor in the sequel to the 2008 film, which stars Kartik Aaryan and Janhvi Kapoor.

Farah Fateh

Fateh is Farha's son with former husband Vindoo Dara Singh. Farha, who made her Bollywood debut in Faasle (1985), disappeared from the big screen after tying the knot with Vindoo. She is now married to actor Sumeet Saigal who is the ex-husband of Shaheen, Saira Banu's niece. Their daughter, actor Sayyessha wed Tamil star Arya earlier this year. That's some family tree!

Also Read: Ajay Devgn shares a throwback photo with Tabu; caption is hilarious

Vindu Dara Singh too shared the news on Instagram. Check out the post right away!

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A post shared by Vindu dara Singh (@vindusingh) onJul 9, 2019 at 2:43am PDT

Talking about Tabu, the actress was last seen in three superhit movies - Andhadhun, Bharat and De De Pyaar De.

In De De Pyaar De, Tabu plays the character of Ajay's estranged wife in this film while Rakul Preet Singh plays his love interest. Known to be painstakingly selective about her projects, Tabu's film choices have been brave as they have been eclectic. The murder mystery's widespread success is another proof of her sharp eye for scripts.

Also Read: Saif Ali Khan and Tabu-starrer Jawaani Jaaneman to release on Nov 29

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