- Mukesh Khanna mentioned that particulars might be shared “regularly”
- He performed the superhero within the widespread TV sequence
- Mukesh Khanna has collaborated with a “large manufacturing home”
Actor Mukesh Khanna, greatest identified for enjoying the titular superhero within the TV present Shaktimaan, announced that he will be making a three-film series based on the superhero. In an Instagram put up on Friday, the 62-year-old actor made the announcement in Hindi and wrote: “Ab baat duniya ko batane layak ho gai hai ki Shaktimaan dobara abtarit ho raha hai. Ji haan Shaktimaan ke doston , ab formally ye bata raha hoon ki predominant Shaktimaan 2 le kar aa raha hoon (It is time to inform the world that Shaktimaan is being reincarnated. Sure, buddies of Shaktimaan, I’m now formally stating that I’m bringing Shaktimaan 2 quickly. That too not on TV channel or OTT however as a trilogy, within the type of three movies on the massive display).”
Within the second a part of his put up, Mukesh Khanna added that: “Particulars dheere dheere hum disclose karenge. Filhaal itna bata sakta hoon ek bahut bade manufacturing home ke saath maine haath milaya hai is himalayan process ko anjaam dene ke liye (Particulars might be disclosed regularly. For now, I can say that I’ve collaborated with a giant manufacturing home to carry his Herculean process to life).”
Mukesh Khanna wrapped his put up with a promise that the brand new Shaktimaan movies might be larger than Hrithik Roshan’s superhero franchise Krrish, and likewise Shah Rukh Khan’s Ra.One – Mr Khanna seems to have misspelled Ra.One as ‘Raavan‘, which too is a film however against the law thriller and never a superhero sci-fi one. Mukesh Khanna additionally shared the hyperlink of a Bollywood Hungama report, which states that work on the primary movie of the Shaktimaan sequence will start in 2021.
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In an interview with Bombay Times earlier this 12 months, Mukesh Khanna had mentioned: “For the final three years, we’ve been working in the direction of bringing out the second version of Shaktimaan, which is up to date, however rooted in our values. We had been engaged on the sequel as a result of folks needed to know, aage kya hua.” Talking to Mumbai Mirror only a month later, Mr Khanna had mentioned: “The new version of Shaktimaan cannot be the way Ekta Kapoor made Mahabharat (in 2008) by placing a tattoo on Draupadi’s shoulder. She had mentioned that she was making Mahabharat for contemporary folks. Sanskriti kabhi trendy nahi ho sakti, putri. Jis din Sanskriti ko trendy karoge, khatam ho jayegi‘ (Tradition can by no means be trendy. The day you attempt to make tradition trendy, will probably be over).”
Shaktimaan is claimed to be India’s first superhero present, which aired on Doordarshan from 1997 to 2005. Mr Khanna performed the well-known superhero and his alter ego Pandit Gangadhar Vidyadhar Mayadhar Omkarnath Shastri in it.