Hrithik Roshan


After the runaway success of Super 30 (2019) and War (2019) at the box-office, Hrithik Roshan wants to do something different and big. Though his name has been linked to a number of projects in the past few months, the superstar has not confirmed anything, except his father Rakesh Roshan’s Krrish 4, the next instalment of the home-grown superhero franchise Krrish.

Buzz had it lately that Junior Roshan was onboard to play the male lead in Farah Khan’s next directorial. But if the latest reports are to be believed, the superstar is unsure of committing to the project which is rumoured to be an official remake of the 1982 film Satte Pe Satta. The latest we hear that he is instead eyeing filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s shelved project Inshallah which was originally planned with superstar Salman Khan and Alia Bhatt.

 

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“Hrithik is looking at something that will take him ahead of Super 30 and War, and Satte Pe Satta is not that kind of a project. Sure, it has great commercial potential, but it is not what Hrithik wants at this stage of his career.”, a source told a popular publication.

After Salman Khan walked out of Inshallah, Roshan was the first actor whose name was attached to the project as Khan’s replacement. But Sanjay Leela Bhansali went on to shelve the movie and announced Gangubai Kathiawadi as his next directorial with Alia Bhatt, which Roshan was also being considered for.

 

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Hrithik Roshan, meanwhile, is confirmed only for Krrish 4 which is expected to begin production in 2020. “Whenever (Rakesh) Roshan is ready as and when that happens, Hrithik will clear the decks and concentrate on that one project. As Hrithik once said, “I can work with other filmmakers, but Dad works only with me”.”, the source added.