Filmmaker Ramesh Taurani’s daughter Sneha is gearing up for her directorial debut with a dance film that revolves around Bhangra and is expected to roll this year.
While her contemporaries are known to gravitate towards a career in front of the camera, filmmaker Ramesh Taurani’s daughter Sneha has decided to foray into films with a role behind the scenes. The filmi kid is set to make her directorial debut with an untitled dance film that revolves around the evolution of Bhangra.
It will be produced by Ronnie Screwvala and has been penned by Dheeraj Rattan, the writer behind actor-singer Diljit Dosanjh’s hit Punjabi films, Jatt & Juliet and Sardaar Ji. Sneha’s debut film is expected to roll in the second half of the year.
The youngster was assisting Akarsh Khurana on the Irrfan Khan-starrer Karwaan, which marks the Hindi debut of Malayalam actor Dulquer Salmaan and actress Mithila Palkar, when one of the associate producers told her about a project Ronnie’s company was developing.
“Dheeraj ji took me through the script and I immediately fell in love with it. We are currently working on the final draft of the script. It’s a love story of two characters with a part set in the past and another in the present time. We are gearing up to begin prep soon,” Sneha says, adding that the entire film will be set in Chandigarh.
When prodded on the possibilities of being launched by her home banner, the newbie filmmaker explains, “It was never set in stone that I would make my first film with my father. He was quite excited to know that Ronnie sir is backing my directorial debut. My father understands that I just want to tell stories I believe in,” she signs off.

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