#FAKENEWSALERT on #KillBillRemake & @iamsrk being a part of it. Absolute RUBBISH. While it ll b a dream come true for just anyone &"especially me" to work wth him in any capacity, (I look up to him &love him so much) but ths news is a figment of someone's silly &lazy imagination!— Nikhil Dwivedi (@Nikhil_Dwivedi) September 29, 2019
Shah Rukh Khan might be away from the film industry for quite some time now, but the internet has been constantly buzzing with rumours about his next. Right from Saare Jahan Se Achcha to Don 3; fans have come across various new pieces that eventually turned to be nothing but disappointment. Well, the most recent project that got associated with King Khan was Quentin Tarantino’s, Kill Bill. Reportedly, Anurag Kashyap and Nikhil Dwivedi have bought the remake rights of this iconic Hollywood film and they roped in Shah Rukh Khan for the same.
However, this news, too, turned out to be a mere rumour, as Nikhil Dwivedi took to his Instagram account and cleared the air. Calling it fake news, Nikhil stated that while it would be a dream come true for him to work with SRK, but the Hindi remake of Kill Bill is not happening with the actor. “#FAKENEWSALERT on #KillBillRemake & @iamsrk being a part of it. Absolute RUBBISH. While it ll b a dream come true for just anyone &"especially me" to work with him in any capacity, (I look up to him &love him so much) but this news is a figment of someone's silly &lazy imagination!” wrote the producer.
Check the tweet below:
Dear SRK, please make an official announcement to the soonest so that all this mess comes to an end!
Meanwhile, Nikhil Dwivedi, who has acted in a number of Bollywood films, is currently working on his next production i.e., Salman Khan’s Dabangg 3. The film has been helmed by Prabhu Deva and also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Kiccha Sudeep and Saiee Manjrekar. It will release on December 20, 2019.
image source: instagram/nikhildwivedi25, iamsrk
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