Published Apr 18, 2017 11:48am

Shah Rukh Khan might be in the next Rush Hour... but on one condition

Remember when filmmaker Brett Ratner met Shah Rukh Khan?

The X-Men: The Last Stand director met with SRK at the 60th San Francisco International Film Festival where they talked, laughed and even danced. Ratner turned out to be a Shah Rukh fan as he hoped to work on a Rush Hour sequel with the actor.

Well, guess what? According to Filmfare, the Raees actor just might be up for it! Will we see Shah Rukh Khan with Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker? SRK has one condition. The film must be shot in India!

Says SRK, "One thing I did request him to do — whether it’s with me or not – is to get Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker to shoot in India because Rush Hour is all over the world. And it’s high time that such a wonderful and beautiful action-comedy film came to India. I’ll get involved in some way or the other. I’ll do the production for him if I am not acting. I’ll be seeing him again and would love to discuss the aspects of bringing American screenplay writing and other stuff down to India."

We recently saw Jackie Chan embrace Bollywood in his Indo-China collaboration Kung Fu Yoga. So maybe Rush Hour 4 is the perfect movie to bring to India!

This might just be King Khan's Hollywood debut. Maybe it's meant to be!

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Indian Apr 18, 2017 12:10pm

"Make In India" :)

Iqbal hadi zaidi Apr 18, 2017 12:40pm

Please stay away from Hollywood. As if Bollywood hasn't suffered enough

Afridi Apr 18, 2017 12:50pm

The indian movie industry always copies and steals ideas from others so that's what might just happen here.

ABE Apr 18, 2017 01:09pm

Let me guess,.. no one should ask him to act??

Dunch Apr 18, 2017 02:12pm

@Afridi Push Pakistan into oblivion.....thats what is going to happen!

Arshad Apr 18, 2017 04:03pm

It will show real rush in the new Rush-Hour, if made in India.

Sameer Apr 18, 2017 04:04pm

Found SRK over rated...but his condition to shooting it in India impressed me.

Saeeds Apr 19, 2017 12:15am

SRK is not made for Hollywood.

Afridi Apr 19, 2017 02:47am

@Dunch I appreciate your sense of humor there

Aamer Apr 19, 2017 11:58am

Didn't he learn anything from Depika and Pryanka Chopra?

Aamer Apr 19, 2017 01:28pm

Did He learn anything from Deepika and Priyanka? He should only Concentrate on Bollywood where he is a mega star. In Hollywood he will be treated like a supporting actor. We all saw Amitab Bachan in The Great Gatsby where Leonardo de Caprio played the main lead and Amitab was just a extra.

pinga Apr 19, 2017 03:10pm

If cinemas in Pakistan is sustained by only bollywood and holywood, then the so called film business there should be shut down and all the money and resources saved , be utilized in other media such as television and theatre.

timetostopthis Apr 19, 2017 03:57pm

Good to see even actors in India are supporting Modi's Make in India dream.

Abbas Mustafa Apr 19, 2017 04:29pm

It,s all about money and where on earth you can get a combination of film loving peoples that india can provide.Every one knows that the famous Bombay slums population is much more then the regular beautiful city of bombay. 90% of the slum pop. came to Bombay to be Star on the silver screen. SRK has taken a very nice approach,The Film will be a block buster and a low cost project which will give lots of profit to shere holders of the project.India will get a Free advertisement,tourist travel will increase and it will be a win win situation.