Tiger Shroff Writes Off Rumours Of Prabhas Replacing Him In The Indian Version Of Rambo, Says It's, 'RUBBISH' - EXCLUSIVE

Tiger Shroff reacts strongly on rumours that he is being replaced by Prabhas for the Bollywood remake of Sylvester Stallone's Rambo film, First Blood.

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Tiger Shroff Writes Off Rumours  Of Prabhas Replacing Him In The Indian Version Of Rambo, Says It's, 'RUBBISH' - EXCLUSIVE
The latest reports doing the  rounds in Bollywood sections  of portals are about Tiger Shroff being replaced by Telugu superstar Prabhas in the Indian  version of the Sylvester Stallone  classic Rambo.

“Rubbish,” says Tiger refuting  the report. “Where  on  earth is  this coming from, and why?” In brief, much to the Prabhas followers’ grief, Tiger is  very much in the Rambo project.

As Tiger Shroff gets ready to play Sylvester Stallone’s role in the desi remake of Stallone’s first ‘Rambo’ film First Blood which was released in 1982, two questions are being repeatedly asked by fans. Why a First Blood remake 40 years later? And secondly, would Stallone make an appearance in Tiger’s belated remake?


Stallone who has made an appearance in  the Sajid Nadiadwala-produced , Sabbir Khan-directed Akshay-Kareena starrer Kambhakkt Ishq in 2009, may  be seen making a brief appearance in Tiger’s Rambo. Stallone had tweeted his approval of the Siddharth Anand-directed remake featuring  Tiger.

Tiger is all for the idea of having Stallone in the desi Rambo. “Why not? It’d be great. Right now I am just super-excited about stepping into Mr Stallone’s shoes. It’s a formidable place to be in.We all know what the first Rambo  film meant to the series.”


The role was first offered by director Siddharth Anand to Hrithik Roshan. It makes Tiger even more awed.



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