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Dhoom 4: Neither Salman Khan nor Shah Rukh Khan, but this superstar can play villain opposite Ranveer Singh?

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 16 August 2018, 11:21 IST
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These days director Vijay Krishna Acharya is busy in the shooting of his next directorial venture Thugs Of Hindostan but the director also has started planning for his another biggie, Dhoom 4. Dhoom is a franchise that everyone wants to be a part of besides Salman Khan. Earlier there were the reports that Salman Khan can play leading villain in Dhoom 4 but the actor clearly has rejected the film.

 

Ranveer Singh

Since then there were the reports that Shah Rukh Khan is being considered as the leading villain of the film. Reports were also that makers are planning to change the leading cast and they have zeroed on Ranveer Singh to replace Abhishek Bachchan as Jai Dixit. Reports were also that Salman is not doing Dhoom 4 because of Abhishek and for the makers even approached the film with Ranveer Singh to him. However, after Race 3 the makers are clear that now Salman will not be a part of Dhoom 4.

 

Shah Rukh Khan

Now the buzz is that even if Shah Rukh Khan denies to be a part of the project then the makers have a second option in their mind. According to a report of Bollywood Hungama, YRF is planning to cast Ranbir Kapoor in Dhoom 4 after seeing the huge success of Sanju.

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Ranbir Kapoor

However, on the other hand, YRF has declined the report of Ranbir Kapoor. Whether it is to notice that whenever Ranbir Kapoor has been approached a film opposite Ranveer Singh, he always has rejected it. Either it is Takht, Ram Lakhan or something else.

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First published: 16 August 2018, 11:21 IST
 
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