Bollywood Blind Item – April 2019 – 38
Every year, this franchise is in the news for being rebooted. At this point, it has been rebooted more times than we rebooted our own PC, if that makes any sense.
It seems they keep putting news out to keep themselves relevant. Thing is, if this top star wanted to make this happen, he would have. Since he doesn’t want to act in it, the producers should take the hint.
Speaking of the top actor, it does seem he has graduated to “superstar” in blind items. Why not? His films seem to work better than the ones known as superstars!
So back to the blind item. There’s probably a huge chance that the reason this actor doesn’t want to do this franchise is money. Either, the producers couldn’t settle his fees back then or they can’t afford it now.
But the most important question, is anyone waiting for this film? Like, who is asking for this?
How do you interview the PM for elections and promote the power of voting, but you yourself disappear when it’s time to carry out your duty as an Indian? But Mrs. Funnybones was spotted though, so it’s safe to say which nationality she belongs to!
THIS Superstar is NOT keen to collaborate with comedy-franchise maker
A top Bollywood hero recently decided that he will not be a part of a comedy franchise. Speculation is rife that a star-son (who is relatively free) is being looked at as a replacement for him. The reason why the superstar has decided to not be a part of this funny film is because he and the producer of the franchise have a volatile past history.
A source says, “The actor is a reasonable guy. But he still hasn’t forgotten certain key instances of his fallout with this particular producer. Though he doesn’t speak about it openly, he hasn’t been able to get over their differences.
Sincere attempts were made to dissolve the tension but even after many attempts, things didn’t work out. So, unless the project changes hands (which is also highly unlikely), the original A-lister, who actually spearheaded this franchise, will not be a part of this comedy.”