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Ali Fazal on a roll; gets casted in lead for official film adaptation of best-selling novel – Codename: Johnny Walker

There is a demand for good actors in every corner of the world. Whether it is Bollywood or Hollywood, a good actor is always in need. Ali Fazal, who has starred in both Bollywood and Hollywood films, is certainly a good actor, which has paid off for him again.

The actor is cast in the official adaption of the best selling novel Codename: Johnny Walker. Ali will play the lead in the war-drama film, based on the New York Times bestselling novel. American Sniper co-writer, Jim Delfice has co-written the film.

While the main writer is Alan Wenkus. He is known for writing the famous chat show, The Tonight Show and, the 2015 hip-hop biopic Straight Outta Compton. For the film, he received an Academy Award nomination.

Since September 2015, Codename: Johnny Walker is being written. Finally, after 5 years, it has developed, and with Ali’s casting, they have got their leading man.

On the other hand, Ali is also set to feature in another international film. The upcoming Kenneth Branagh film, The Nile, which will come out this month, will see him in an important role. It also features actors, Gal Gadot and Armie Hammer among others.

As soon as the Pandemic is over, Ali Fazal will start shooting for the film in an L.A. Studio. He is also currently waiting for the release of his Amazon Prime Web series, Mirzapur’s sequel. The show will start streaming on October 23, and Ali is busy with its promotions. 

A proud achievement for the actor, as he continues to become a favorite in the Hindi cinema and Hollywood. We hope that the film turns out to be a memorable one.

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