'Deadpool' actor wants to make a film with Alia Bhatt

Karan Soni says that he's writing a script keeping the Bollywood actor in mind


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NEW DELHI: Deadpool actor - no, not Ryan Reynolds - Karan Soni, who plays the Indian cab driver Dopinder, wants to make a film with Alia Bhatt. He says that he is working on a script keeping the Bollywood actor in mind.

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When asked about the progress of the script, Karan told, "I am still trying to get that made. It is taking time but it is definitely on the list. I want to get it made perfectly and things are slowly moving forward."

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In another interview, Karan had shared that he is writing the script with Alia's voice in mind. "I wrote three parts - with Alia in mind for one part. That's how I wrote the script because when I write I like to think who would be the actor who would play it. Moreover, in a dream situation, I would like to have her," said Karan.

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However, Alia might not be able to give him dates as the actor is jam packed with films already. She is currently shooting Brahmastra opposite Ranbir Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan along with Kalank and Gully Boy.

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Karan, 29, made his debut in 2010 with Kaka Nirvana. He has worked in various other Hollywood films as well such as Ghostbusters, Supremacy, and Union Store. After the recent release of Deadpool 2, Karan will be seen as an angel in Miracle Workers. He will also feature in Corporate Animals, starring Sharon Stone.

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