Shah Rukh Khan To Make His Comeback As Antagonist In Kill Bill Remake Directed By Anurag Kashyap

Shah Rukh Khan To Make His Comeback As Antagonist In Kill Bill Remake Directed By Anurag Kashyap

So there have been umpteen speculations about the upcoming film of Shah Rukh Khan. After Zero’s failure, Shah Rukh Khan kept himself busy with projects he produced but did not quite announce anything he would actively be part of as an actor!

But now, there is a piece of huge news for all the SRK fans out there! Well, if the latest reports are to be believed, Shah Rukh Khan will be seen playing the antagonist or the negative lead in the remake of Kill Bill that will be directed by Anurag Kashyap! However, there has been no confirmation from the Baadshah of Bollywood yet! So, we have to wait for that!

According to a Mid-day report, “Nikhil Dwivedi who is good friends Shah Rukh Khan has approached the Raees actor to star in a pivotal role of the film. It would be fireworks if the actor gives his nod to such a project. Nikhil wants Anurag Kashyap to helm the film.”

In a recent interview, his wife Gauri Khan also mentioned that his break was much needed but she also hinted at his comeback soon on the celluloid. She said, “I think it was required. I think more than anything else it’s high time he took this break and I’m happy, I can travel while he is at home. And he takes good care of AbRam. So I am super excited. So if I’m not there for the little one, he’s there”.

The actor who is currently on his sabbatical, took to his official social media account to express his surprise about the conjectures regarding the film he is doing. He wrote, “It’s always nice to know that in my absence and behind my back, I have surreptitiously signed so many films that even I am not aware of! Boys and girls do a film when I say I am doing it… Otherwise, it’s just post-truth”.

Well, we can’t wait for an official confirmation from the superstar and we hope it is positive! And if things work out, we might get to see Shah Rukh play the baddie again like he did in his initial films like Darr and Baazigar. But this time, it would be Hollywood style. Who wouldn’t want to see that?

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