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Shahrukh Khan’s film with Rohit Shetty will be a typical potboiler!

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

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Shahrukh Khan's film with Rohit Shetty will be a typical potboiler!
Jun 5th 2012, 15:00


The Bol Bachchan director won't make any adjustments in the kind of films he makes to suit the superstar’s personality

Filmmaker Rohit Shetty has always made larger-than-life dramas that are woven around crazy characters and funny situations. And in an interview the Bol Bachchan director said that Chennai Express, his film with superstar Shahrukh Khan, will have all the ingredients that his commercial potboilers are so well known for. That means we shouldn't be surprised to see Shahrukh wearing bright clothes, cracking silly jokes and blowing up buses!

We hear that Chennai Express is a romantic story about all the good and bad that happens to a man who travels from Mumbai to Rameshwaram. As soon as SRK wraps up shooting for Yash Chopra's film and Shetty's Bol Bachchan releases, the two will begin work on the much-talked-about project.

It's widely speculated that Kareena Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Deepika Padukone and Asin are the hot contenders for the leading lady opposite SRK. But the Golmaal director says he hasn't made up his mind on who will be cast in the film. Rohit says, "We are waiting for Bol Bachchan to release. So we will not finalise anything till July end. We will take a call on the heroine after that."

That means the hotties still have time to make the right noises into the right ears to romance the best lover in Bollywood onscreen! Let’s wait to find out who manages to catch the South-bound express.

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