Shah Rukh Khan Buys The Hindi Remake Rights Of Korean Film ‘A Hard Day’

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Ever since Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan appeared last in his movie Zero, it seems that he is not able to make an announcement of his upcoming project.

For so long, fans are waiting to have a glimpse of the name of his upcoming film, but the star is not able to take a final decision.

Please note that Zero could not impress the audience as per their expectations. Now, as per the latest Bollywood news, SRK has recently purchased the rights of Hindi remake of the most popular Korean movie titled ‘A Hard Day’.

The above news of SRK purchasing the rights comes right after Red Chillies Entertainment (his own production house stated that they are going to bankroll Dobriyal and Sanjay Mishra’s film ‘Kaamyaab.

At this time, it looks like SRK is likely to feature in the Hindi remake of the Korean film titled A Hard Day.

It all happened when the entire team of SRK was watching the film. Soon after watching the film, everybody (including Shah Rukh Khan) liked the film to such an extent that he asked his team members to start the process of purchasing the rights of the film’s Hindi remake.

Now, if everything goes well as per planned, he will go ahead making the film with lots of confidence.

The team revealed one more thing where it is stated that Red Chillies Entertainment might rope in none other than Sujoy Ghose as the film’s director.

His name is associated previously for directing a successful film titled Badla. He’s currently directing Bob Biswas.

The Korean film A Hard Day is basically an action thriller both directed and written by Kim Seong-hum.

The plot of this movie revolves around a detective who kills a person with his car in an accident.

 

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