Anupam Kher signs Hollywood film with Gerard Butler

The 60-year-old was so excited that he even tweeted a picture with the Hollywood actor


Entertainment Desk November 20, 2015
The 60-year-old was so excited that he even tweeted a picture with the Hollywood actor. PHOTO: TWITTER

Anupam Kher is not new to Hollywood, in fact, the veteran actor was part of the highly lauded Jennifer Lawrence starrer Silver Linings Playbook. This time, the Indian actor is co-starring alongside 300 actor Gerard Butler in The Headhunter's Calling.

According to Hindustan Times, Anupam has already started bonding with the Hollywood star on the shoot. “I have already started shooting for the film in Toronto, Canada. Gerard is a great actor, and working with him is so fun,” he said.

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The 60-year-old was so excited that he even tweeted a picture with Gerard:


And expressed a desire to have aloo paratha:


The storyline of the film revolves around a corporate headhunter who's focused more on his job than his family puts his career on hold when his child is diagnosed with cancer. Anupam will play the role of an Indian-American pediatric oncologist. The film is being directed by Mark Williams, and is written by Bill Dubuque, who has penned the Oscar nominated The Judge.

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The Bollywood actor has his hands full, after his return from Canada, he will start shooting for Neeraj Pandey’s film which is a biopic of cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Anupam will be playing the role of Dhoni’s father, while the World Cup winning captain will be played by actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

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COMMENTS (1)

Nil | 5 years ago | Reply Brilliant actor in the history of Cinema. Being artist he is an all rounder in acting and almost better than Naseeruddin Shah if going to be compared. Best of luck Sir.
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