Some time again, we had knowledgeable you that Ali Abbas Zafar and Katrina Kaif could be teaming up for a superhero movie, which the maverick filmmaker was planning on changing right into a franchise. In reality, Zafar had confirmed that he was certainly engaged on the mentioned challenge with Katrina and was trying to begin work on the identical this 12 months. Now, we hear that the mentioned movie which was initially being produced by Ronnie Screwvala’s banner has since been acquired by the streaming big Netflix.

Commenting on the identical, a supply near the challenge tells us, “Yes, Netflix has acquired the film, and it will now be developed as a Netflix Movie.” Quiz the supply for extra particulars and he provides, “Earlier Ronnie Screwvala was producing the film under his banner, but with the Covid-19 lock down playing havoc, the OTT platform has now taken over.” Prod for particulars about whether or not the movie will nonetheless be a franchise, and the supply continues, “Ali was always planning on making the superhero film into a franchise. But now with Netflix taking over, the film will be made in two parts.”

If that wasn’t all, we additionally hear that with the OTT big Netflix taking up challenge, the enterprise will characteristic some leading edge results and visuals. “With Netflix now backing the project, the streaming major wants to ensure that the movie lives up to international standards and will be pulling out all stops to achieve this. The plan is to appeal to the global audiences with this film.”

While at the moment an official announcement of this acquisition is awaited, the grapevine states that Ali Abbas Zafar has nearly accomplished engaged on the script and is trying to begin taking pictures as soon as the pandemic is underneath management.

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