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Did Shahid Kapoor get pitched by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK for their upcoming web series?

Last year, the Amazon Prime Video web series 'The Family Man' was released and it received a huge amount of response and love from everyone. This also brought limelight into the creators and writers of this series, Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, also popularly known as Raj-DK in the industry. The duo has also made films in the past like '99' (2009), 'Shor In The City' (2011), 'Go Goa Gone' (2013) and were also the writers and producer for the horror-comedy blockbuster movie 'Stree' (2018).

It is now said that the duo is gearing up for another series for which they are in talks with the 'Kabir Singh' actor Shahid Kapoor. One of the sources claimed that the project is just in its preliminary stages and due to the lockdown threw few obstacles on their work. But it is has been confirmed that the duo has approached Shahid for their next series and the actor seems interested.

Back in 2014, it was said that Shahid was supposed to work with the duo for the film 'Farzi' which also starred Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Kriti Sanon. But, the film was kept in the backburner as Shahid got married in the year 2015. Later, the film went to Arjun Kapoor. Unfortunately, the project failed to take off.

Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK have completed the shoot of 'The Family Man S2' and are busy with the post-production parts. There are also few talks that the duo will soon be working on 'Go Goa Gone 2'. And finally, they have also received a wave from the superstar Shah Rukh Khan for one of their 'favourite written scripts'. With so many projects on hand, it remains to be seen if the duo would direct all of them or would they produce few of these.

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