Sidharth Malhotra and Mrunal Thakur have joined hands to star in the Hindi remake of the film Thadam. While the film was supposed to set on floors in the month of May this year, the unexpected disturbances due to the pandemic lead to a delay in the process. But now, as things seem to be getting back in place, the producer of the film Bhushan Kumar has decided to resume work. The film, which was untitled this now, has finally been given a name.
A source close to a leading website told them, "The producers have also locked a title for the Hindi remake of Thadam. They are going to call it Gumrah. The title suits the narrative as the film has a lot of plot twists and turns too." Gumrah was a Hindi film starring Sridevi and Sanjay Dutt. The makers have decided the same name for their remake of Thadam.
"When the makers were scouting for a young actor to step into Arun Vijay's role, they thought of Sidharth because he can play the vulnerable and the brawny well. Mrunal has been cast in the film because they needed a solid performer to pull off the character, " added the source. The film is an action-drama in which Sidharth has a double role to play, while Mrunal will be playing the role of a top police officer.