According to the latest report, there’s a leeway that Aditya Chopra might pull off the final casting coup by starring superstars Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif and Hrithik Roshan in one movie.

Well, a source of a leading media house informed that producer Aditya Chopra is pretty intense to pull off the YRF’s spy universe with these superstars coming together for a film. It so happened that when it was reported that Salman will be reinterpreting his role of Tiger in SRK-Deepika starrer Pathan, their fans were pretty intrigued and pumped to see the superstars together onscreen.

That’s not it, knowing the success of the Avengers series when the popular characters come together for a common goal, it creates a fan frenzy, similarly, Rohit Shetty is too, creating a cop universe by bringing Singham and Simmba together in Sooryavanshi and it’ll be something to watch out for. Seeing the history, Aditya wants to dough in on something similar in the near future. Media reports says, “If all goes well, Aditya Chopra, in 2023, would bring all of them together in a film! Not just Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan, but also their leading ladies who are also secret agents – Katrina Kaif and Deepika Padukone – respectively!”

And wait there’s more. The source continued, “Hrithik in YRF’s War also played a spy. He’s also a part of this universe and hence, would also be a part of this film. It’s a grand ambitious plan and won’t be easy to pull off. Aditya Chopra is aware of it and is strongminded to make it happen at all costs. Needless to say, if it gets made, it’ll be the biggest film in the history of Indian cinema.”

Well, we will certainly wait for the casting coup set by YRF with all biggies in one screen.

 


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