- The film discharges 12 years after Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
- Renee Zellweger co-stars with Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey
- Renee Zellweger depicts the film that is close to reality
Universal Pictures India is good to go to discharge Renee Zellweger's Bridget Jones' Baby in India on September 23.
The third portion of the great romantic comedy establishment is directed by Sharon Maguire and comes 12 years after the arrival of Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.
The film likewise denote the arrival of Ms Zellweger as Bridget Jones. The performer will repeat her exemplary part who, at the end of the day, winds up in a sudden circumstance. Ms Zellweger will be joined by kindred Bridget Jones cast part Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey.
In the wake of breaking – up with Mark Darcy (Firth), Jones' "cheerfully ever after" hasn't exactly worked out as expected. Forty something and single once more, she chooses to concentrate on her employment as top news maker and encompass herself with old and new companions.
For probably the first time, she has everything totally under control. What could turn out badly? At that point her adoration life goes ahead and she meets a dashing American named Jack (Dempsey), the suitor who is everything Darcy is definitely not.
In an improbable turn she gets herself pregnant, however with one hitch. She must be 50 for every penny beyond any doubt of the personality of her infant's dad.
Maker Eric Fellner said in an announcement: "Renee is the best comedienne of her era. She's likewise a splendid performing artist; we've seen that through her sensational work. Despite the fact that we respected her immensely from a remote place when we were throwing Bridget Jones 15 years prior, we never considered Renée Zellweger ought to play Bridget Jones since she's American. When we met with her, she cleared us out. Presently she possesses this character, and it's difficult to visualize any other individual playing her."
Ms Zellweger describesBridget Jones' Baby as a film that is close to reality.
"I jump at the chance to consider Bridget Jones' Baby as a transitioning film that is set at a later point in the character's life. As you experience life, you understand that there isn't a point that you achieve where you have everything made sense of. This section in Bridget's story investigates the contrasts between what you envision your life will be versus the truth of where you get yourself," she said.