Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar’s-starrer Sooryavanshi is by all accounts the most recent to hop Bollywood's remake fleeting trend as it will reproduce the arousing number “Tip Barsa Paani” from his 1994 film Mohra. Katrina Kaif will star as his driving woman this time, rather than Raveena Tandon, announced a foreign media outlet.
“I would’ve definitely been disappointed if any other actor would’ve recreated Tip Tip Barsa Paani, a song which has been synonymous with me and my career. I can’t thank Ratan Jainji enough. At times like these you realise, we may have come a long way but we also go back a long way,” the National Award-winning on-screen character tweeted alongside a photo of him with Jain which attracted a lot of comments by Netizens.
I would’ve definitely been disappointed if any other actor would’ve recreated Tip Tip Barsa Paani,a song which has been synonymous with me & my career & I can’t thank Ratan Jain ji enough. At times like these you realize,we may have come a long way but we also go back a long way pic.twitter.com/UtH5iDS0i9— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) June 20, 2019
The on-screen character will play Veer Sooryavanshi, head of the Anti-Terrorism Squad. Clad in khakhi, Akshay is the most recent to join Rohit Shetty's police universe. After Singham and Simmba, Rohit Shetty is currently coming back to the wide screen with Sooryavanshi.
Earlier, Akshay had shared Sooryavanshi publication and stated, "From #RohitShetty's Police universe, prepare for the flame stuffed #Sooryavanshi, releasing on Eid 2020!"
The creators have additionally secured in the discharge date of Sooryavanshi. The cop dramatization is set to hit the screens on Eid 2020. Gossip has it that Ajay Devgn and Ranveer Singh will show up as Bajirao Singham and Sangram Bhalerao, individually, in Sooryavanshi. Akshay will begin shooting for Rohit's next after he wraps up work on Jagan Shakti's Mission Mangal and Raj Mehta's Good News. Meanwhile, Akshay will be seen next on the wide screen in Anurag Singh's Kesari. In view of the clash of Saragarhi, the recorded dramatization will see the on-screen character playing Havildar Ishwar Singh, who drove the Sikh regiment against Afghan tribesmen.