TV actress Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak Tiwari is finally ready to make an epic debut. Vivek Oberoi’s production venture Rosie: The Saffron Chapter’s first poster is out and the poster of the show introduces Palak as the titular character Rosie, a call centre employee. Rosie: The Saffron Chapter is said to be based on true events that took place in Gurugram. The film will be based on the story of disappearance of a woman in the city.
Vivek took to Twitter to invite entries for a prominent role in the film. He wrote, “The last date to submit your entries in the #RosieTalentHunt is 12th August. To be judged by Kishore Namit Kapoor. As promised, we will cast the winner in a prominent role in the film alongside our #Rosie – @palaktiwarii!”
The last date to submit your entries in the #RosieTalentHunt is 12th August. To be judged by Kishore Namit Kapoor.
— Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) July 29, 2020
Palak Tiwari is one of those star kids who have a major fan following even before they made a debut in the industry. Palak Tiwari already has a fan following of 409k on Instagram and it’s growing. In fact, a lot of her fans compare her to Kylie Jenner. They call her a twin of Kylie Jenner and also admire her flawless make up techniques.
Talking about the movie, Vivek had said, “With my new venture, I want to support the concept-driven films that I believe can change the movie landscape in their respective genres. And not just the film, but also make way for new talent. With Rosie, I hope to achieve both. It’s a franchise and with every sequel, we hope to introduce someone new in the industry.” He further added that this country is full of supernatural stuff. Vivek says that we rarely watch movies and shows that are horror-thriller and are based on real life events. With Rosie, he hopes to break those grounds without falling prey to any horror film cliches.