Global heartthrob Michele Morrone is the man of dreams for many across the world. Having charmed the audience with his swoon-worthy looks in the Netflix film '365 Day,' Michele Morrone’s popularity in India seems to be getting stronger and stronger. Media reports are abuzz with Michele being offered a film by Karan Johar and how he has approached the actor to sign him for a big Dharma project. If industry buzz is to be believed, not just KJo but two more top Indian filmmakers have also approached Michele with big-budget larger-than-life projects.
A source revealed that the 365 DNI actor has garnered a massive fan base after the release of the Netflix movie. The insider said, "Following the release of his Netflix film, Michele has become hot property. And in India, he’s got an insane fan following. No wonder many Bollywood biggies are lining up to sign Michele on the dotted line.”
The source added, “His romantic drama 365 days is still trending under the top 10 on Netflix India and its testament to his raging popularity here.” However, the source mentioned that nothing is confirmed as of yet. The source continued, “Nothing official has been confirmed yet.”
Meanwhile, Michele Morrone is busy shooting with the cast and crew of 365 Days. The actor recently took to his Instagram to share pictures with the film’s lead actress Anna-Maria Sieklucka and friends. Morrone was celebrating Anna-Maria’s Birthday at a beach. 365 Days released last year, but the erotic-romantic drama is still trending under the top 10 on Netflix India. While the actor is currently shooting for the sequel of 365 days, everyone’s wondering if he will finally bite the bait and do a big Bollywood film. Well, the ball is in Michele’s court. Let’s wait and watch. Also Read: CONFIRMED: Michele Morrone's 365 Days Erotic Thriller To Return For Two More Parts On Netflix
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