Ajay Devgn is currently busy promoting his forthcoming movie De De Pyaar De along with Tabu and Rakul Preet Singh. During one of the promotional events, the actor spilled the beans on director Rohit Shetty's cop universe. Ajay revealed that the Golmaal director is working on bringing together his popular cop dramas - Singham, Simmba and Sooryavanshi -in one film. Devgn, who played the lead role in 2011 Singham and its sequel in 2014, also featured in Ranveer Singh starrer Simmba. The 50-year-old actor will also have a cameo in Sooryavanshi.
"There is a plan to make a cop universe film with Singham, Simmba and Sooryavanshi. That will be an altogether different film. We are building it up. We need to get the right script and we are working towards it. Singham and Simmba have become 'desi' superheroes and now Sooryavanshi. Getting all three is a great idea," Devgn said in an interview.
Devgn, who will also be seen alongside Ranbir Kapoor in Luv Ranjan's film opened up about the Christmas box office clash with Aamir Khan starrer Laal Singh Chaddha. "We don't know what is happening about the clash, that Luv will decide. I heard the same day Avatar is releasing in that case we both will have to run away. Avatar is big,'' Devgn said.
In another promotional event, Ajay Devgn, who is known for being a prankster on film sets said he has stopped playing pranks on people. "Now that people know me and expect something out of me on set, I have literally stopped playing pranks. In fact, the funniest thing is that there are no pranks and still the cast and crew keep suspecting me if something goes wrong on the set,'' Devgn said.
Meanwhile, in De De Pyaar De, Ajay's character Ashish, who is 50 years old falls for Rakul's character Ayesha, a 26 years old beautiful girl. On the other hand, Tabu portrays the role of Ashish's ex-wife, who has two kids as young as Rakul. Directed by Akiv Ali and produced by Luv Ranjan, De De Pyaar De is scheduled to hit the big screens on May 17.
On a related note, Ajay will be seen in Taanaji: The Unsung Warrior and Bhuj: The Pride of India. He has also signed Neeraj Pandey’s Chanakya and a biopic on football coach Syed Abdul Rahim besides SS Rajamouli's film RRR.