"Parched" director Leena Yadav has revealed that her next film will be a slice-of-life story about a father-son duo.
Leena said she hopes to start filming in winter this year.
"I already have my next script in place. It is about a father-son duo from Chandni Chowk, Delhi. I am hoping to begin filming in winter. After 'Parched', I will start the casting process. I have time only till March next year," the director said said in a group interview.
When asked about more details of the yet-untitled movie, Yadav said, "I am talking to a couple of actors. Audience will relate to the story. It is a very sweet, funny film but it is something which happens in every house."
The filmmaker said she also has a couple of international projects.
Meanwhile, "Parched" is set to arrive in theatres on September 23. Produced by Ajay Devgn, it stars Radhika Apte, Surveen Chawla and Tannishta Chatterjee.
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