Kajal Aggarwal will make her return from maternity leave with the Tamil flick Ghosty; the teaser promises a fun horror comedy.
Kajal Aggarwal is presently experiencing parenthood with her kid Neil and spouse Gautam Kitchlu. The South actress is now preparing to return to the big screen with her forthcoming Tamil flick, Ghosty. The Ghosty teaser was provided as a birthday gift to fans, depicting Kajal as both a cop and a ghost. It promises to be an entertaining action horror comedy.
The first trailer for Kajal Aggarwal’s forthcoming flick Ghosty has been released. In the video, Kajal appears as a Ghost who makes people’s voices seem like a baby. It promises a thrilling ride and appears to be an ideal family attraction. The film is scheduled to be released in November. An official release date will be revealed soon.
Ghosty is a female-centric film starring Yogi Babu, Urvashi, Jagan, Suresh Menon, Motta Rajendran, and KS Ravikumar. The film is directed by Kalyaan, who has worked on films such as Gulebhagavali and Jackpot. Editor Vijay Velukutty and cinematographer RS Anandakumar, who worked on the previous film Jackpot, will also be involved in the present movie.
Furthermore, if reports are to be accepted, Ghosty is the actress’s first feature following her marriage. The actress had finished the filming a long time ago, but it had to be rescheduled owing to the lockdown. With Ghosty, Kajal Aggarwal will make her film debut after a lengthy absence due to personal obligations. Following her maternity leave, the actress plans to make a comeback.
Kajal Aggarwal and Gautam Kitchlu began one of the most wonderful chapters of their lives, parenting, on April 19th of this year. They gave birth to a son. Today, the tiny munchkin Neil, who just turned six. The pair celebrated their second wedding anniversary yesterday.
Meanwhile, Kajal Aggarwal has begun filming with Kamal Haasan for the much anticipated Indian 2. She is also learning new talents such as martial arts and horseback riding in order to play her part perfectly. The drama, directed by S Shankar, is a sequel to Kamal Haasan’s 1996 hit Indian.