Due to Coronavirus, many films had stopped shooting, and some were about to start but could not. In the same sequence, director Sanjeev Kumar Rajput recently said that after the release of his previous film Haunted Hills which got a very good response from the audience, he was about to start shooting for his next film Rataundhi, but all the work related to this film stopped as soon as the lockdown started due to Coronavirus.
Sanjeev Kumar Rajput further explained that the casting for his film Rataundhi was going on, and he had to postpone the work in the same day when there the lockdown started due to coronavirus. The director says that he is going to start work on several other projects this year, which he will soon disclose in the media.
Sanjeev Kumar Rajput told in an interview that he wanted to become an IAS since childhood, for which he was also preparing, but his luck took such a turn and he stepped in to Mumbai, where he tried his hand in direction in films and after getting good response, he continued here in B-town. The director shared that he always had a wish to work on dark films. He believes in art and dark films not the brighter one.
It is known that Sanjeev Kumar Rajput made his directorial debut with the film Blood Relation, which was released by B4U. After doing Haunted Hills, he is ready for his next films, out of which he named one film as Rataundhi. He did not disclose much about the film but still he told that the film would go on floor by this November and its producer would be Kushal Pal Singh.