Guess which B-Town star has replaced Aamir Khan in film with Jackie Chan?

Aamir apparently had to back out of the project due to his busy schedule


Entertainment Desk June 23, 2015
Aamir Khan was reportedly being cast alongside Jackie Chan however, the PK actor been replaced by another star. PHOTO: FILE

Last month, Bollywood megastar Aamir Khan was reportedly cast alongside Jackie Chan in an upcoming Indo-China film Kung Fu Yoga. However, latest reports state the PK actor been replaced by another star, can you guess who?

It's none other than B-Town beauty Katrina Kaif! The red-haired raven has been roped in to star opposite Jackie Chan in her first international film.

PHOTO: MEMSAAB

Rumours are rife that Aamir dropped out because of his hectic schedule. According to Yahoo News, Kat was Jackie's first choice after Aamir withdrew from the project.

Read: I became Aamir Khan's fan overnight: Jackie Chan

Katrina will be playing the role of a an Indian professor at a Chinese university, while Jackie will play a Chinese archaeologist who enlists her help to unearth treasures from the Magadha era.

The two set out on a treasure hunt, which begins in the dynasty of King Bimbisara. The professor and the archaeologist will travel back in time and interact with the royals. "They will also fight off demons from their past," adds a source quoted by Times of India.

"There are a lot of stunts in the film which is not surprising since it features Jackie Chan, a martial arts expert. What is interesting is that Katrina too will get to do many action scenes," Times of India quoted its source as saying.



"Katrina has performed a lot of action in Ek Tha Tiger and will be seen kicking and punching in this film too," the source revealed.

Read: Katrina lands kiss on Ranbir Kapoor

We thought Bang Bang! was full of action for the B-Town beauty, but it seems like she will be gearing up for some serious action sequences to fight evil alongside Jackie Chan.

The action-adventure will be directed by Hong Kong based filmmaker Stanley Tong. He had earlier helmed the Jackie Chan classic, Rumble in the Bronx.

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Stranger | 5 years ago | Reply @SuperNeo: And your point is ??? I mean U say KK is better or RK is better? I like RK better .
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