Jyotika wraps up shoot for her Bollywood comeback; says huge fan of Rajkumar Rao

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Jyotika, Rajkumar Rao with 'Sri' crew members | Photo: Instagram /jyotika/

Mumbai: Actor Jyotika, who is all set to make her comeback in Hindi cinema with 'Sri', said that she is a "huge fan" of her co-actor Rajkummar Rao and added that it was an honour for her to share screen space with one of the most "brilliant actors in Bollywood."

After finishing the shoot, Jyotika took to Instagram, where she shared a picture and penned a heart-warming note:

"Wrapped up my portions for "SRI" with a heavy heart. One of the best crews I have ever worked with. Thank you Tushaar and Nidhi for all the respect and making me part of this meaningful cinema. Huge fan of yours Raj. It's an honour for me to share screen space with one of the most brilliant actors in Bollywood, learnt so much from you. What I'm taking back from this team as an actor is... GROWTH."

Meanwhile, Jyotika's husband and actor Suriya rooted for the star and wrote in comments, "May this wonderful journey win all hearts."

'Sri' is a biographical drama based on visually impaired industrialist Srikanth Bolla. Starring Rajkumar Rao, it is directed by Tushar Hiranandani. The movie is produced by Bhushan Kumar and Nidhi Parmar Hiranandani.


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