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Sonu Sood’s Next Project To Be A Biopic ?

After sharing the screen space with Jackie Chan in Kung Fu Yoga, Sonu Sood’s next venture will be a biopic. The 43-year-old actor told a news agency: “I am planning to work on a biopic.” Talking about his new project, Sonu Sood said: “I am acting in it and producing it.” The biopic will be based on a person from the social welfare sector, Sonu told a leading news agency, “I have shortlisted someone on whom I want to make a biopic… Hopefully, I would start something very soon.” The Singh Is Kinng actor, who was reportedly to feature in a film based on late wrestler Dara Singh, said he always wished to be part of a biopic.

“I feel that as an actor, it is pretty exciting to work on a biopic. It’s a huge challenge. I remember… My first film was Shaheed-E-Azam on Bhagat Singh and at that time I met his family, so all that homework you do for a biopic… is very exciting as an actor,” Sonu told a news agency in an interview.

Sonu Sood’s last film Kung Fu Yoga which was release on February 3 failed to impress the Indian audience. The movie was a part of a three film deal signed between India and China. The actor will next been seen in Telugu film Police Tiger and Tamil film Madha Gaja Raja, directed by Sundar C.

Sonu Sood is popular for portraying the role of Cheddi Singh in Abhinav Kashyap’s Dabangg opposite superstar Salman Khan. He has won Apsara Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role and IIFA Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role for the film.

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On a related note, while Bollywood number crunchers scream like teenage girls when a movie crosses the 100 crore mark, the Indo-Chinese venture ‘Kung Fu Yoga’ might just make these box office pundits hoarse. ‘Kung Fu Yoga’ flopped dismally in India but worked like a Hollywood hit in China, making an unbelievable Rs. 1200 crores in box office collections! That’s $179 million in American dollars, a legit hit worldwide in terms of pure box office collections.

It also was critically panned by all major critics and websites. But hey, it made the filmmakers very, very rich and that’s what matters, right?


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