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Hrithik Roshan in uncle’s film

After delivering several hits as a music composer, Rajesh Roshan is now turning film producer. There were reports that he may be casting Madhuri Dixit after Sridevi rejected his offer, but Roshan rubbishes them. He adds that he is currently writing a cameo for nephew Hrithik Roshan.

bollywood Updated: Apr 01, 2014 18:03 IST
Anirban Das
Anirban Das
Hindustan Times
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After delivering several hits as a music composer, Rajesh Roshan is now turning film producer. There were reports that he may be casting Madhuri Dixit after Sridevi rejected his offer, but Roshan rubbishes them. He adds that he is currently writing a cameo for nephew Hrithik Roshan.



"Yes, I’m writing a cameo for Hrithik. It won’t be just for the sake of it, but will be a demand of the script and his space in the film will be justified. The part will suit his personality. He can’t just stand in the frame and walk away," says Roshan.



The main star cast is yet to be finalised, and the composer-producer denies that Madhuri has been signed on after Sridevi rejected the film. "It’s just a rumour. I haven’t signed any actress as of now. Also, the script demands a younger girl, so I will cast someone according to their availability," he explains.



The film’s script is set to be completed in a month, after which the casting process will begin. Reports had it that the film is based on the influence of online content on young children, but Roshan claims it’s actually a romantic story.



He says, "My script is a love triangle. It’s being worked on right now. If we get the right star cast, then we will go ahead with it this year."