You might be wondering about SRK’s home production- Red Chillies Entertainment, producing a film based on Operation Khurki. Well, as per the updates we have, ShahRukh Khan is going to play the character of a soldier under his home production. The upcoming film will be based on a collaborative rescue operation from Indian Air Force and Indian Army. The shooting for the joint rescue operation is to be held in Africa.
SRK is bound to portray himself in the getup of a Fauji (Indian soldier). The upcoming project is based on the military operation that will jointly collaborate in the rescue operation of Indian citizens in the tropical forests of Africa. As per the report from Mumbai Mirror, this is going to be one of the most expensive ventures of Red Chillies Entertainment.
For those who don’t know about Red Chillies Entertainment (RCE), let’s recollect the information for them. RCE is a production house that was founded in the year 2002. It deals with Indian motion picture production, film distribution, visual effects and is based in Mumbai. The company was established by none other than ShahRukh Khan and Gauri Khan.
The company has a robust studio in place with a full fledged capacity of producing, distribution, licensing, marketing, syndication and merchandising films in the country and abroad.
Red Chillies Entertainment has produced memorable films in the past
SRK’s home production- Red Chillies Entertainment, Mumbai is known to have produced numerous audience engaging films in the past. Some of them include Raees (2017), Phillauri (2017), Dear Zindagi (2016), Dilwale (2015) and many more. But this time, the production house entails a new project based on an entirely unique theme. It will cast SRK to play the role of a fauji in the time to come.
As per the report generated by Mumbai Mirror, this is going to be the most expensive venture of SRK’s home production ever. The makers have researched extensively before finalizing the upcoming venture. The movie is going to showcase some highly massive and secret army operation that will also give a chance for our soldiers to celebrate.
At this time, though, everything has not yet been finalized, including the cast, release date and the director. The release date may still fall somewhere later this year. The upcoming film will be full of life threatening scenarios that are going to be shot at a distant location like Africa. This was revealed by a source close to the Red Chillies Entertainment.
The reports also accompanied the team members spending a surplus amount of time generating a handsome script in the presence of Azure Entertainment. At present, all the staff of the SRK home production team is looking forward to complete the story and star cast before the shooting takes place.
A number of Bollywood films have already been released in the recent past that justifies the emerging trend of making war based scripts. The above fact can be well scrutinized by referring to Akshay Kumar’s Airlift that was released last year only. Airlift is based on an Indian businessman who decides to rescue as many as 180,000 Indian citizens who are stranded in Kuwait region, especially after Iraq invaded their country in the year 1990 (August).
In the same pattern, we witnessed another film titled Rangoon. And more recently, Salman Khan’s Tubelight also seems to have based on Indo- Sino war. Now, let’s explain you the SRK home production Red Chillies Entertainment new venture based on Operation Khukri.
Well, Operation Khukri was first accomplished during the year 2000 in the deep tropical forest located in the region known as Sierra Leone (west african country). The operation was a secret mission in the rescue operation of as many as 225 Indian peacekeepers who was appointed by the United Nations (UN) to keep a track of the location of Indian citizens.
The entire operation was credited to Lt Col. Harinder Sood. During the process, close to 150 IAF officials were called to fly from the Indian subcontinent to Africa. The results that came out were highly satisfying. As per the final inputs, all the Indian peacemakers were rescued.
Stay tuned for more updates!