Director Siddharth Anand Discloses Why Hrithik Roshan Wasn’t In Shah Rukh Khan Starrer Pathaan, Says ‘There Was A Thought Back Then…’

Siddharth stated that Aditya Chopra recommended that a universe could be possible.

Pathaan released on January 25, 2023, which is full of drama and action which is directed by Siddharth Anand and produced by Aditya Chopra. It stars Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone in lead roles and will have John Abraham as antagonist. It showcases an undercover police official and drug lord. Vishal Dadlani and Shekhar Ravjiani have worked on its music. It released in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu.

The latest bollywood news is that Siddharth stated that Aditya Chopra recommended that a universe could be possible. He thought Hrithik to be a part of the film but emphasised on SRK-Salman in the action movie and said “it’s too early to bring everyone together”.

“I don’t think this was in the back of anyone’s mind when the 2 Tiger films were made or when War was made. It is after the success of War that we thought of a universe. With the story of Pathaan, we thought this could spin into one as we already have 3 spies with scope for many more,” Pinkvilla quoted Siddharth Anand as saying.

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“We could have got Hrithik or any other actor on board too, but to have Salman Khan and Shah Rukh in a film doing action has not happened before. I think the last when they were doing action together was in 1996 with Karan Arjun. Fortunately, Adi had the IP of Tiger to do this crossover and the result is fantastic,” he added.

On crossover between Kabir and Pathaan being conversed, the director stated, “Obviously, there was a thought back then, but since we just started amalgamating this universe, it’s too early to bring everyone together. There should be a little thirst of getting this combination, but of course, this crossover will happen.”


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