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Ranbir Kapoor’s superhero film will not be like Krrish 3!

Actor Ranbir Kapoor is all excited to do a superhero film with director-friend Ayan Mukherjee, but stresses on the fact that his movie will not be on the lines of ‘Krrish 3’. Ranbir Kapoor will be taking up the role of a super hero in the yet-to-be titled project. Now, Ranbir becomes the only actor of Hrithik Roshan and Shahrukh Khan to essay a character with superpowers on the big screen.

“It is not like ‘Krrish 3’, it is something very different, it is going to be a fantasy film. It is going to be a trilogy which Ayan has just started writing. We share a great personal and professional relation,” Ranbir told our reporter.

“Till now we are in developing stage, he is going abroad for a post production course. Hopefully, we will try and make something path-breaking,” he said.

This movie would be the third movie where Ranbir and Ayan together. Their previous flicks were blockbusters at the box office, Wake up Sid and Yeah Jawani Hai Deewani.

Ranbir at the moment is looking to explore himself by playing different roles in movies.

“My next film is titled ‘Bombay Velvet’. I am playing a boxer in the film. Then I am working on Imtiaz Ali’s film and Ayan Mukherjee’s superhero film. I will start this film by end of next year. I am trying to do different characters, like in ‘Besharam’ I played a vulgar, road type tapori character,” Ranbir said.

Ranbir Kapoor also expressed his desire to do an action movie in the near future which is the current flavour of Bollywood.

“Since six years I have been trying to make my body but it is not happening. I can’t do a full fledged action film till I don’t have the body. But I do feel action comes from intensity in your eyes and the way you work for it,” he added.

We hope that Ranbir Kapoor’s superhero flick will win the audiences heart unlike his last flick, Besharam, it was a disastour at the box office.document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);

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