Anil Kapoor has confirmed that he would star in the Hindi versions of "Android Kunjappan Ver. 5.25" and "Subedar"

Anil Kapoor had a fantastic start to 2023 thanks to the positive praises he received for his portrayal of Shailendra Rungta aka Shelly in “The Night Manager,” which is now airing on Disney+ Hotstar. Additionally, he appeared as a guest actor in Jerremy Renner's Disney series “Rennervations,” winning a Filmfare Best Supporting Actor award for “Jug Jugg Jeeyo” in the process.
The actor has recently stated that he would be next seen in the high-octane action movie “Subedar,” which is being made by Abundantia Entertainment and directed by Suresh Triveni.
“I have done a lot of action films, but this is a pure action film, a dramatic action film,” said Kapoor to Variety. I'm eager to do it. Currently, the storyline is a secret. The first day of principal shooting is September 15.
A father-son relationship and how it changes when an AI humanoid joins their life are the subjects of the Hindi translation of the 2019 Malayalam smash, “Android Kunjappan Ver 5.25,” which Kapoor has stated he would play the protagonist in.
In the meanwhile, Siddharth Anand, the director of “Pathaan,” and Sandeep Reddy Vanga are busy shooting the action drama “Animal,” which also stars Ranbir Kapoor, and the aerial action movie “Fighter,” which also stars Hithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone.
Kapoor is sought after for his contributions even at the age of 66. After appearing in more than 130 movies, the actor continues to push and outdo himself, demonstrating that age is but a number.

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