Red Chillies Entertainment will be making the film soon."
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan (SRK) is reportedly set to embark on his latest venture with a remake of the Korean film, A Hard Day (2014).
Fans of SRK have been eagerly waiting for King Khan to grace the big screen once again.
On his 54th birthday on November 2, 2019, SRK had promised fans that he will be announcing his next film soon.
However, the actor has continued to make his fans wait and it seems they are running out of patience.
On Twitter, the hashtag ‘#WeWantAnnouncmentSRK’ started trending furiously urging Shah Rukh Khan to confirm his next project but he continued to remain quiet.
Previously, according to a report in Bollywood Hungama, it was revealed that SRK has received numerous film scripts. The source said:
“Shah Rukh Khan had around 30-35 solid offers that he was considering seriously.”
The source continued to mention that SRK “found what he was looking for” with director Rajkumar Hirani.
The report went on to state the film would be a “social comedy” and will be “relevant to what’s going on around us. But not too controversial.”
Despite reports suggesting SRK’s next film will be an original story, according to a report by Pinkvilla, he has now bought the rights to the Hindi remake of the Korean film, A Hard Day (2014).
The Korean film follows the story of a corrupt homicide detective (Lee Sun-Kyun) who accidentally kills a homeless man with his car.
To cover up his murder, he tries to hide the body in his mother’s coffin on the day of her burial.
The report stated: “Shah Rukh Khan and his team really loved watching the Korean thriller, A Hard Day (2014).
“So much so that he got his team to buy the Hindi adaptation rights for the film at a good price.”
“If all goes well, his production house Red Chillies Entertainment will be making the film soon.”
There has been no confirmation of this by the man himself and it is unclear whether SRK will be starring in the film or only taking the producer’s seat.
It seems the wait for SRK fans to see him star on the big screen continues.