Zoya posted a clapboard post with the final shot of the film and shared several pictures of the cast and crew celebrating. She wrote, “Archieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees by the film rap. Best crew. Best cast. Only gratitude (red heart, folded hands and evil eye emoji).” The filmmakers and the gang cut a cute little cake in honor of the film’s finale and Zoya later posed on the sets for a special photo with the original cast. A banner on the festival set read, ‘Sing! Here for Christmas.’
The post was immediately flooded with several comments congratulating Zoya on the film. Agastya’s mother, Shweta Bachchan Nanda shared two pink heart emojis, while his sister Navya Naveli Nanda commented with a red heart emoji. His co-star Khushi added five white heart emojis. Jo’s mother, veteran actor Honey Irani wrote, “Congratulations and best wishes to the entire team (two thumbs up emoji).”
Directed by Zoya, and co-written by filmmakers, Reema Kagti and Ayesha Devatre, The Archies is a musical drama set in the 1960s. Ankur Tiwari and Islanders have given the music for the film. Earlier this year, Zoya spoke about the honor of adapting the feature film from the Archie comics. He said in a statement, “It’s exciting to take these beloved characters and introduce them to a new generation while still keeping the nostalgia of the original comic alive. We set it in the Anglo-Indian community of India and can” take you to the magical, fictional town of Riverdale. Don’t wait for.” The film is expected to be released on Netflix next year.