By Hindustan Times
Mumbai, March 5 -- Good morning sugar candies! It's one of those mornings when I'm in no mood to work. I've not managed to hire a new cook and that's annoying me. Meantime, this detective of mine seems to have found something interesting about Chennai Express, that film that supposedly was three actresses.
According to Sher Lock Holmes, actor-producer Shah Rukh Khan still hasn't officially signed the dotted line for the project. Reason: director and the film's scriptwriter Rohit Shetty hasn't finished writing the second half of the film, thanks to his Bol Bachchan schedules, the last of which is being shot in Wai with Abhishek Bachchan, Ajay Devgn and others.
The first half of the script has, however, been sealed. Rohit, as per my honhaar jasoos, will return to the city this week and start working full time on the second half of Chennai Express. He has to keep it ready soon so that when SRK returns from London, after filming Yash Chopra's film, the duo can lock the second half too.
And then, depending on what the script looks like, they will cast a leading lady who is a popular name and looks fairly Indian. SRK and Rohit may also take a trip of sorts in to figure out the locations for the film. So, whoever said that SRK has officially signed the dotted line for Chennai Express and has cast Deepika in it, already...