Buzz is that Shah Rukh Khan might be filling the shoes of the iconic Hollywood antagonist Bill from Kill Bill, in Nikhil Dwivedi’s remake! Here’s deets:
We’ve seen Shah Rukh Khan play negative shades on the silver screen effortlessly like in Darr and Don franchise, and to think him as Bill’s character in Kill Bill, is definitely giving us some excitement!
Last seen in Zero, opposite Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma, Shah Rukh has been on a relaxing time off to spend it with his family and kids as well as concentrate on producing someajor hit films! Even in a recent interview, his wife Gauri Khan mentioned that his break was much-needed, however, she also hinted at his comeback soon on the celluloid.
Now, buzz is that SRK might just be coming back to the silver screens with yet another negative shade. According to reports by Mid-Day, Shah Rukh might be in talks with producer Nikhil Dwivedi for the role of Bill in the Hindi remake of the Hollywood film Kill Bill. Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill is a classic action Hollywood film that starred Uma Thurman and was the story of revenge, and the rights of the film’s remake has been acquired by Nikhil. The film has a high chance of having SRK on board as the superstar has been keen on working with Anurag Kashyap.
A source quoted to Mid-Day, “Nikhil bought the remake rights earlier this year, and now, he is in the process of giving shape to the project. There has been talk about Shah Rukh stepping into the role of the antagonist, Bill. This is one of the many films that the actor is considering for his next as he is keen on working with Kashyap. However, the discussions are at the nascent stage. The team has yet to zero in on the leading lady who will breathe life into Thurman’s part.”
Well, if at all true, then this will be quite a highlight to watch out for in the long run! A blockbuster mix of talents like Anurag Kashyap and SRK will be worth watching for!
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