Makers are keen to rope in Sanjay Dutt as the villain in the film; he could be seen playing the role of Muhammad Ghori in the film.
The last update on Akshay Kumar’s upcoming movie, based on the life of Prithviraj Chauhan, was that it will go on the floors this year. But, there are more updates to it and all of them are very major ones. The actor is currently busy with Mission Mangal but the news about his upcoming movies has been making headlines constantly.
Now, the reports coming in are that the movie will go on floors in November this year. Currently, the movie is in the pre-production stage and the makers are making sure to match the deadline of November. A report published in Dainik Bhaskar, the first schedule of the movie will be held in Mumbai and the second will be held in Rajasthan.
The report also states that makers are keen to rope in Sanjay Dutt as the villain in the film; he could be seen playing the role of Muhammad Ghori in the film. Story of the movie will be set in the backdrop of the First Battle Of Tarain led by Prithviraj Chauhan.
Apart from the main battle, the movie’s sub-plot will focus on multiple other things. It would show the strategic mistake made by Prithviraj Chauhan and how the casts were divided in that era. It’ll also highlight the discrimination happening in the backward class of soldiers in the army. It’s been said, the makers will avoid shooting in the rainy season because it’s a heavy-costume drama.
Akshay will finish the shoot of Laaxmi Bomb and start prepping for the biopic. The Rajasthan schedule could start in March next year. Akshay Kumar has various movies in his bag including Mission Mangal, Housefull 4, Good News and Laaxmi Bomb among others. Yesterday, a movie of Akshay Kumar and Neeraj Pandey was also in the news but an official confirmation is yet to come.