Here’s good news for Hrithik Roshan fans! Before you watch his Super 30 on the big screen, your idol has a big surprise for all of you. As per various reports floating around the internet, Hrithik Roshan has apparently signed his next big project and it is none other than the Satta Pe Satta remake, which has been in news for the longest time. The remake of the Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini starrer is being directed by Farah Khan while it is backed by filmmaker Rohit Shetty.
A source close to the unit has revealed to a publication, “Hrithik will be playing the lead actor role in Satte pe Satta and everybody is looking forward to it.” And it will be amazing to see HR stepping into the shoes of Amitabh Bachchan after he featured in the remake of Big B’s Agneepath as well.
Spilling a few more beans about the film, the source added, “Satte Pe Satta will mark the first-ever collaboration between actor-director, Hrithik Roshan and Rohit Shetty. The news has taken the internet by storm as the trio Actor-Director-Producer is collaborating for the classic film Satte Pe Satta and Hrithik’s next has already got the audience excited as the nation awaits the release of Super 30 already.”
Hrithik Roshan is almost confirmed to play the lead in Satte Pe Satta remake while it is being said that Deepika Padukone will be apparently seen as his leading daily. And if this piece of information turns out to be true, Satte Pe Satta remake will become Hrithik and Deepika’s first collaboration.
While an official announcement by the makers is yet to be made, people are already going ga-ga after hearing this breaking news. We feel Hrithik and Deepika will make for one good on-screen pair and this is exactly what social media users are talking about currently.
As of now, HR is gearing up for the release of his next, Super 30. The actor will be seen playing a Math teacher in the film which is based on the life of mathematician Anand Kumar and his educational programme. Whereas Deepika has just wrapped up filming for Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak and shot a few scenes for Kabir Khan’s ’83 as well.