Actor Rishi Kapoor had expressed his need to star in a remake of a Gujarati movie alongside his son, Ranbir Kapoor. Rishi died earlier this yr, weeks after talks had begun for him to look in a remake of Gujarati movie Chaal Jeevi Laiye.
A brand new report quoted a supply as saying that Rishi had ‘liked’ the unique movie and had even satisfied Ranbir to do the movie with him.
Ritesh Laalan, CEO of the manufacturing firm behind Chaal Jeevi Laiye told Bollywood Hungama, “Sure, we had been planning to forged Rishi sir and Ranbir Kapoor within the Hindi remake. We initiated talks with Rishi’s supervisor in March, simply earlier than the lockdown. However every part went on a backburner as a result of pandemic. After which sadly, Rishi sir handed away.” He mentioned that talks with Ranbir hadn’t but begun.
The duo beforehand starred collectively within the vital and business flop Besharam. Chaal Jeevi Laiye is a couple of workaholic man who takes his terminally in poor health father on a trip, to fulfil his dying want.
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Ritesh mentioned that the story would have resonated with audiences, particularly with Rishi and Ranbir on board. “It might have been a terrific casting coup. Viewers would have certainly related with the casting and the storyline extra so after they would have seen each of them enjoying father and son. Not simply viewers, even Rishi sir and Ranbir would have additionally been capable of relate with the storyline,” he mentioned.
Chaal Jeevi Laiye is the very best grossing Gujarati movie ever, by a large margin. It reportedly made between Rs 40 and 50 crore theatrically.
Rishi Kapoor’s closing movie in theatres was The Physique. Ranbir, in the meantime, hasn’t appeared in a movie since 2018’s Sanju. He has Brahmastra and Shamshera within the pipeline.
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