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Amitabh Bachchan and Katrina Kaif to come together again for Vikas Bahl’s next?

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Katrina Kaif is gearing up for her first release of 2020 ‘Sooryavanshi’. The actress will be reuniting with Akshay Kumar after almost a decade for this Rohit Shetty directorial. Now if the latest reports are anything to go by then soon Katrina will be reuniting with her debut film ‘Boom’ co-star Amitabh Bachchan. Yes, reportedly they will be coming together for Vikas Bhal’s next.

As per a report in Mumbai Mirror report, after ‘Super 30’, Vikas will be next directing a slice-of-life-comedy which is tentatively titled ‘Deadly’. The film’s plot revolves around a funeral and will trace the protagonist’s journey of self-discovery in a comic way. The film was scheduled to go on floors in May but apparently due to Coronavirus scare the makers have put it on hold and are waiting for things to settle down.

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Talking about Katrina’s character, a source was quoted saying as “Katrina is looking to push the envelope and explore new genres in the phase of her career which in a way is a journey of self-discovery.”

The report further stated that though Big B has liked the basic premise of the film, he is yet to sign on the dotted line. Katrina had made her acting debut with Kaizad Gustad’s ‘Boom’ which released in 2003. The film also starred Amitabh in a pivotal role. Later on, Kat starred alongside Big B in ‘Sarkar’ and ‘Thugs Of Hindostan’.

Coming back to Vikas Bhal, his name was dropped as a director of ‘Super 30’ owing to the sexual harassment case filed against him. However later he got a clean chit in the said case and his name was reinstated as the director of Hrithik Roshan starrer ‘Super 30’.

However with no official announcement made regarding ‘Deadly,’ all we can do now is wait and watch.

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