After Bharat and Tiger Zinda Hai, Katrina Kaif and Ali Abbas Zafar to team up for a superhero action franchise

Blockbuster filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar, who is known for delivering blockbusters like Sultan, Tiger Zinda Hai and Bharat, is teaming up with her favourite lady Katrina Kaif again for a superhero franchise film. As per Mumbai Mirror report, the film will have never-seen-before stunts. “Ali will be directing this film and is currently finalising the script. They have been planning this project for a while now. It’s an exciting project for both as it will showcase never-seen-before stunts in Bollywood. Katrina is currently at her fittest and regular workouts will come in handy. The idea is to spin a franchise,” said the source

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There report also suggests that he might join hands with Ronnie Screwvala for the project. “Once Ali has completed the script, he will go on a recce to scout for locations.” The filmmaker has earlier told the tabloid that Kat is his closest friend in the industry. “We come from similar middle-class backgrounds, our values are the same, and we discuss everything. On the work front, we’re very transparent with each other. If she doesn’t like something I’m doing, she lets me know and vice versa. In an industry where friendships don’t last even for months, ours has continued for over a decade.”

Katrina Kaif will be next seen in Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi along with Akshay Kumar. The film also stars Abhimanyu Singh, Gulshan Grover and Jackie Shroff in key roles and is set to hit the screens on March 27. Anyway, are you excited to see Katrina in a kickass action avatar? Tweet to us @bollywood_life.

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