Shah Rukh Khan to have a Cameo in Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt’s Brahmastra?
Shah Rukh Khan is rumoured to make a special appearance in Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s first film together, Brahmastra
It’s no surprise that Shah Rukh Khan is one of the biggest stars in Bollywood. The actor started his career in 1988 with several TV series and made his film debut with Deewana in 1992. Throughout the course of his career, Shah Rukh has starred in numerous films – most going on to become some of the biggest box office successes – making him one of the most sought after stars in the industry. However, he hasn’t announced any films since 2018’s Zero. While rumours state that the actor will be announcing his next film on his birthday – November 2 – latest news suggest that Shah Rukh might have a cameo in a film releasing soon.
With Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s Brahmastra releasing next year, sources close to the film reveal that Shah Rukh will have a cameo in the film which is directed by Ayan Mukerji. The source told Mumbai Mirror, “Shah Rukh himself likes Ayan’s work and immediately agreed to the cameo. And like everyone else’s in the film, even Shah Rukh’s character has a mythological touch. It’s a guest appearance but Shah Rukh plays a pivotal role in taking Ranbir’s journey forward. He has already allotted his dates for his portions and will shoot before the year-end.” Brahmastra is Ayan’s first fantasy trilogy where he aims to combine Indian mythology with science fiction. Earlier slated to hit theatres in December this year, the film was post-poned to next year as production work hasn’t been completed.
Addressing the delay, the filmmaker had said, “I have learnt that teams working on the movie need more time. With that in mind, we are moving away from Christmas 2019 as our goal for the release of the movie. Our release date is now slated for summer 2020 but we will announce this once we are absolutely certain of the date. I believe that the extra time going into making the movie is essential to achieve the dream of Brahmastra.”