Since his last outing with Aanand L Rai’s Zero, which couldn’t survive at the box-office, Shah Rukh Khan has decided to take a sabbatical to spend some time with wife and kids. While SRK fans are eagerly waiting for the superstar to make an announcement soon, the actor will be spending some more with family. Earlier, when reports of King Khan signing a film with Ali Abbas Zafar started making the headlines, SRK was quick to clear the air that he has ‘surreptitiously signed so many films that even he’s not aware of.” Post his denial, SRK fans wanted him to announce his next. They even started a hashtag to trend #WeWantAnnouncementSRK.

But looks like, now Shah Rukh Khan will not disappoint his fans anymore as there are new reports of him doing the Hindi remake of cult franchise Kill Bill. Yes, you heard that right! According to a report in Mid-day, Veere Di Wedding producer Nikhil Dwivedi, who earlier was planning a project with Anurag Kashyap, has now turned to his superstar friend. He wants him to play a pivotal role in the actioner.

A source close to the development told Mid-day, “Nikhil bought the remake rights earlier this year, and now, he is in the process of giving shape to the project. There have been talks 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.”

Yesterday, we brought you Gauri Khan’s reaction on SRK’s sabbatical. She has hinted that the superstar will be up and about very shortly.

However, there’s no confirmation on the same, we can’t wait for the makers and SRK to make an official announcement soon.


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