Did Shah Rukh Khan want the Attlee project to be rewritten?

It’s been over a year since Zero, the latest version of Shah Rukh Khan. Fans are now impatiently waiting for him to sign the next film and announce it as soon as possible. Everyone hoped he would announce it on his birthday this year, but that didn’t happen. From Rajkumar Hirani to Aashiq Abu, there are solid reports from SRK making their films. In the midst of all this, the latest reports suggest that Khan is ready to make the Attlee film.

If we are to believe the reports, it is said that the director presented his next film to SRK, but the actor was not completely convinced by the script and asked Atlee to rework it. Reports also suggest that SRK wants to be completely safe before signing their next one.

Although SRK had no release in 2019, many other projects have occupied it. In addition to producing Badla, the star of Taapsee Pannu-Amitabh Bachchan, the actor launched a high-budget web series starring Emraan Hashmi titled Bard of Blood, he also did the voice-over of Mufasa in the Hindi version. from Disney’s The Lion King.

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