Ahaan Panday Roped In For Ajay Devgn’s Superhero Film With YRF?

Ahaan Panday reportedly is all set to make his Bollywood debut with Ajay Devgn’s upcoming superhero film under YRF banner. The film will be a part of YRF Project 50. Read below for more details.

For the past couple of days, there has been a rumour floating around in the B-Town claiming that Ahaan Panday is all set to step into Bollywood. A while back, the news of Ajay Devgn signing his first-ever film with Yash Raj Films (YRF) also broke out on the internet. Now, the hearsay suggests that Ahaan will make his grand Bollywood debut opposite Ajay Devgn. Ahaan Panday is a cousin of Ananya Panday and he already enjoys a decent number of followers on social media platforms.

The yet-to-be-titled film is helmed by debutant Shiv Rawail and it will be a part of the 50th-anniversary celebrations of the YRF. A source revealed that it is almost confirmed that Ahaan will share the screen space with Bollywood’s Singham. It further added that Devgn will play a grey character in the superhero film. The visually appealing superhero film will be a part of a series and every part will have a new antagonist.

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Reportedly the Ajay Devgn and Ahaan Panday starrer film is expected to have a huge budget. The source close to the development revealed that the head honcho of YRF, Aditya Chopra has full faith in Ahaan’s talent and he’s sure that the debutant will do justice to the role.

Speaking of YRF Project 50, it reportedly has a surprise Shah Rukh Khan film in the list of many grand projects. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Tiger 3 is also said to be the part of YRF Project 50. All of the films under the YRF Project 50 will be unveiled on September 27, on the occasion of Yash Chopra’s 88th birth anniversary.

On the work front, Ajay Devgn has Amit Sharma directed Maidaan in his kitty. The shooting of the much-awaited film went for a toss due to the coronavirus pandemic and the makers will soon resume the shooting in mid-October.