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Tiger Shroff’s Film Rambo’s Captain Changed, This Director Replaced Siddharth Anand

Discussions of making a Hindi remake of the famous film franchise ‘Rambo’ by Hollywood film actor Sylvester Stallon are once again in full swing. Discussions are not about starting work on the film early, but about the change in its crew. Yes, from the beginning, the responsibility of directing this film was with Siddharth Anand, who made films like ‘Bang Bang’ & ‘War’. But, now the game has changed. According to information from the sources, now the film is not directed by Siddharth, but Rohit Dhawan, the elder brother of actor Varun Dhawan.

The news of making a Hindi remake of ‘Rambo’ has started a few years back and in an interview last year, Siddharth himself had also confirmed that he will be directing this film. He was to start it in January this year but was delayed due to some reasons. Then in March, everything stopped due to the pandemic.

Siddharth had completed the film’s story & screenwriting but now he had to leave the project. Now, Rohit Dhawan will look after the direction of this film. It has already been announced to make a Hindi remake of Allu Arjun’s film ” under the direction of Rohit. The film stars actor Karthik Aryan in the lead role.

Siddharth Anand

Rohit will start shooting for this film first. He has finished working on its script too. If everything goes well, then he will start shooting around February next year. Only after the release of this film, Rohit can start shooting for a remake of ‘Rambo’ towards the end of next year. However, he has started his preparations on the script.

Actor Tiger Shroff has been chosen to play the lead role in ‘Rambo’. This decision was made when his film Baaghi was released. Of course in that film too, Tiger has done some great action sequences. But, even with this one, we are going to see some great action. Before starting this film, Tiger also has a sequel to his first film ‘Heropanti‘.

Also Read: Tiger Shroff to Feature in ‘Heropanti’ Sequel

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