After Raees, Shahrukh Khan is all set for his Dwarf film with director Aanand l Rai. They will be heading to the USA to shoot a major chunk of the movie. SRK says he has already started prepping for the role.
"My look is very different from Kamal Haasan's in 'Appu Raja'. We have done the test, we are through with the trailers. We will be releasing it properly."
"It's important that the audience accepts our effort. I think we will be beginning (prep) work in a day or two. I think we will start shooting from March 21 and it will go on for five-six months or maybe take some more time," he said.
He also denied the reports that film has been titled as Badhua. "We are still working on the title. It's ('Bandhua') the name of some other film. But by March 21 we should start working or maybe 10-15 days here and there as I have to finish."
The writer of the movie, Himanshu Sharma says, “I can’t reveal much, but I can assure you it’s an Indian, who is going to the US. The backdrop will change, but the soul will remain the same.”
Besides portions being shot in the US, the movie is largely set in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. A source close to the team reveals further, “Shah Rukh will be shooting in the US for this movie, but that’s the demand of the subject. His journey from Meerut to the US will be seen.”
The film will be made on a huge budget and will release on 21 December 2018.