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Manushi Chhillar to Star Opposite John Abraham in Dinesh Vijan's 'Tehran'

Directed by Arun Gopalan, the film is slated for its theatrical release on 25 January, 2023.

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Manushi Chhillar to Star Opposite John Abraham in Dinesh Vijan's 'Tehran'
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Former Miss World and actor Manushi Chhillar has finally joined the team of producer Dinesh Vijan's Tehran. Chhillar will play the female lead opposite John Abraham in this upcoming thriller-action.

John Abraham recently unveiled his first look from the film on 11 July, which is slated for its theatrical release next year, on Independence Day, in 2023.

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Taking to Instagram, the Samrat Prithviraj actor shared her first look from her second film. She wrote, "Super excited to join the one & only @thejohnabraham on #Tehran. This journey is going to be really special!"

Chhillar looks sharp in her short hair and edgy look, in what seems like the behind-the-scenes photos of the film's shoot. In another picture we can see John accompanying her, as they both look ready-to-fight with pistols in their hands.

Sharing the same set of pictures, John also welcomed his new co-star. He wrote on Twitter, "Welcoming the very talented @ManushiChhillar to the #Tehran team."

Tehran will mark John and Chillar's first collaboration on screen. Directed by ad-filmmaker Arun Gopalan, the film is said to be inspired by true events.

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Topics:  Dinesh Vijan   John Abraham   Tehran 

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