Atlee: I am waiting for a good script to get locked to work with Salman Khan and Ranbir Kapoor – Exclusive | Hindi Movie News – Times of India

After delivering the biggest hit of the year with Shah Rukh Khan, Atlee is aspiring to work with yet another Khan. The filmmaker had recently admitted to being in talks with Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Ranveer Singh and Ranbir Kapoor.
Ask him who is next on his lest and Atlee shared, “The good thing is, everyone loves the craft and what my team and I do. So, I am also intrigued about working with the big stars of the country.The good thing is, God has to bless you. God’s blessing to me is a good script and a good idea. So, once it is taking place, then other steps would be easy. I am also waiting for a good script to get locked to work with Salman sir and Ranbir sir.”
Speaking about how Shah Rukh Khan was closely involved in the making of Jawan, Atlee shared, “I’m a filmmaker who welcomes feedback. I like to share the technical people’s thought process, feedback and their corrections. Of course, yeah Shah Rukh sir is the one man behind the entire script. From day one, when we had an idea to work together, we worked together on Jawan. I came up with the script, after which he gave feedback on how it can be large, how the action can be. A lot of action inputs in Jawan are from Shah Rukh sir. Vishnu’s input on the colour scheme and other stuff were something unimaginable. The overall film was made by a lot of beautiful technicians around, including Shah Rukh sir. And that’s why we call it filmmaking. It’s not an individual thought or an individual person’s vision. Vijay Sethupathi Anna, Vishnu, Ruben, Mudra Sir, Deepika ma’am, Nayan ma’am, everyone has contributed. But the backbone for all the contributions and the solution giver is Shah Rukh sir. We are proud that we all together put our hearts, souls, sweat and blood to make this film a wonderful entertainer for all.”


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