Salman-Kabir to SRK-Rohit: Will they be lucky second time?
Their films together created magic at the box office the first time, now these director- actor duos team up for their upcoming projects yet again.
Actor Salman Khan and filmmaker Kabir Khan worked together for the first time in 2012, on commercially successful film Ek Tha Tiger. The two have collaborated yet again for their upcoming film, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, which also stars actor Kareena Kapoor Khan. The team recently wrapped up the last leg of the shoot in Kashmir.
Kabir-Salman duo for their upcoming Bajrangi Bhaijaan.
Akshay - Prabhu Dheva
After the success of their film Rowdy Rathore (2012), actor Akshay Kumar is working with Prabhu Dheva again in their upcoming film Singh is Bling. “It’s always a joy to work with Prabhu Dheva and that’s why he is my favourite. He adds a distinct character to every song with his signature steps and moves,” Akshay said.
Shah Rukh - Rohit
Actor Shah Rukh Khan and director Rohit Shetty’s film Chennai Express was a blockbuster in 2013. And their next film together, Dilwale, has already created much buzz, for it brings back the hit pair of 90s, Shah Rukh and Kajol, to the big screen. The film also stars actors Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon, and is currently being shot in Goa.
Ranbir - Imtiaz
Actor Ranbir Kapoor and director Imtiaz Ali delivered a hit in 2011, Rockstar. The duo is now working on their next, Tamasha.
Talking about Ranbir’s role, Imtiaz says that while in Rockstar Ranbir was a “daft-headed guy who happened to have talent”, in this film, he is a “thinking person”. The film, which also stars actor Deepika Padukone, was shot in Delhi, Simla, Corsica (France) and Tokyo (Japan).
Imtiaz Ali, A.R. Rahman and Deepika Padukone for their upcoming flick Tamasha
Aditya - Mohit Suri
Actor Aditya Roy Kapur, who rose to fame with his film Aashiqui 2 (2013) directed by Mohit Suri, is all set to work with the director again. Suri is planning to remake French comedy The Intouchables and has roped in Aditya for the film. The shoot will, reportedly, begin in London in August this year. The director is yet to finalise the rest of the cast