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Ali Fazal to share screen space with Gal Gadot

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Actor Ali Fazal has bagged a role alongside “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot in a film based on author Agatha Christie’s “Death on The Nile”.
After playing the titular lead in “Victoria & Abdul”, Ali will now be seen in the on-screen modern-day adaptation of the novel.
It explores the investigation Hercule Poirot sets upon due to certain mysterious events that occur on a cruise ship on the nile. A murder. As the investigation goes on and a handful of suspects come into question, several of the suspects also meet their demise, further deepening the mystery.
The film, to be directed by Kenneth Branagh, is said to be a follow up to the hit “Murder on the Orient Express”.
Ali said: “I am part of this wonderful journey and I look forward to being a part of it. My mother and I have always been huge fans of Agatha Christie novels.”
It goes on floors later this month in London and parts of Europe.
IANS

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