Rajiv Rai is a well-liked Bollywood director who has delivered a number of hits within the Nineties, together with classics like Gupt: The Hidden Reality and Mohra. The filmmaker lately hinted in the direction of his subsequent undertaking and it’d star famous person Salman Khan within the lead. He implied that the script is already completed and it’d go on flooring quickly.
The Bollywood filmmaker final labored on the 2004 movie, Asambhav, which featured actors Arjun Rampal and Priyanka Chopra within the lead function. His movie Tridev was an enormous hit amongst the followers, making it the third greatest Bollywood movie of 1989. It featured Jackie Shroff, Naseeruddin Shah, and Bobby Deol within the lead roles whereas the story revolved round a trio, being framed by a smuggler. The newest studies counsel that Salman Khan needed Rajiv Rai to remake this film however the director didn’t utterly conform to it.
In an interplay with The Time Of Hindustan, Rajiv Rai talked about that he’s not eager on his films and songs being remade. He made an exception for Rohit Shetty’s newest masala movie, Sooryavanshi, which options his hit track, Tip Tip Barsa Paani. When Salman Khan requested him to remake Tridev, the director determined to reuse the film title on a contemporary script and solid Salman Khan within the lead function.
In the interview, Rajiv Rai revealed, “To be sincere, I actually don’t love remaking my very own movies (aside from Salman Khan), I’m additionally in opposition to utilizing my outdated songs in my new movies and I informed this to Salman and he agreed to it. I informed him in regards to the new script and he was fairly enthusiastic about it, too. We are going to hopefully work on it quickly”.
However, Salman Khan will quickly be seen taking part in the lead function within the action-thriller, Antim. The film has been directed by Mahesh Manjrekar and options Aayush Sharma because the antagonist. It has been bankrolled by Salman Khan Movies and is predicted to hit the theaters on November 26, 2021.