All set for his long innings


Incidentally, the rights of the film are now with Shah Rukh Khan. Sources close to the developments say that though the concept and ethos of the film will be retained, the issues and treatment will be relevant and reflect the current times. The storyline is simply fantastic, in keeping with the trend of quality cinema that is being lapped up by the discerning audience.

Nikhil Dwivedi too seems quite gung-ho about the remake of Arjun, which will go on floors, after he finishes the shooting for Mani Ratnam’s Raavan, where he portrays the role of Laxman. Director Mani Ratnam too seems quite impressed by Nikhil’s attitude and sense of commitment, which will prove his altitude in Bollywood.

With four films already under his belt, with talented directors, Nikhil is all set for a long innings in Bollywood, and has proved that an outsider can still make it in Bollywood, with the right attitude, talent and drive.

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