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Oops! Aamir Khan to replace Hrithik Roshan for YRF’s ‘Thug’?

Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan will soon get replaced by superstar Aamir Khan for Yash Raj Film’s upcoming project ‘Thug’.

India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: July 28, 2016 19:01 IST ]
Hrithik Roshan and Aamir Khan
Hrithik Roshan and Aamir Khan

Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan will soon get replaced by superstar Aamir Khan for Yash Raj Film’s upcoming project ‘Thug’, says a latest media reports.

The movie has become very much like the movie ‘Shuddhhi’ wherein every other day an actor either walks in or walks out of the movie.

At first, it was being reported that the ‘Krrish’ star will be a part of this adventure flick which is going to have some insane stunts. Then there was buzz that the Hrithik has walked out of the movie because he wanted to see how ‘Mohenjo Daro’ fares at the box office.

Moreover, the rumours mills were also abuzz with the reports that Amitabh Bachchan too will be a part of this project. But today, media report suggested Big B has opted out of the project since it was getting pushed.  Reportedly, he is committed to a lot of films and can’t be a part of YRF project.

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Well, if we talk about Aamir Khan’s inclusion in the movie it isn’t surprising considering the fact that ‘Dhoom 3’ director Vijay Krishna Acharya is going to helm ‘Thug’. The two might have shared good rapport while shooting and the director apparently wanted to repeat the magic.

The film is expected to go on floors next year but it is yet to get the lead actor and actress.

Currently, Aamir Khan is busy with his forthcoming movie ‘Dangal’ which is slated to release in December this year. Let’s see if he officially signs for Yash Raj’s ‘Thug’ after finishing the work for the wrestling drama.

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