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Bholaa: Ajay Devgn to shoot action sequences for Kaithi remake in Hyderabad- Cinema express

Bholaa: Ajay Devgn to shoot action sequences for Kaithi remake in Hyderabad 

Bholaa will be released on March 30, 2023

Published: 23rd June 2022

Actors Ajay Devgn and Tabu are expected to wrap the shoot of Drishyam 2 this week. After that, the actors will reunite for Bholaa, the Hindi remake of the Tamil-language Kaithi (2019). 

According to a report in Mid-Day, Ajay will shoot an action schedule at Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad for Bholaa. The sequences include a multi-car chase with several gangsters tailing Bholaa's truck. The chase will lead to hand-to-hand combat.

Directed by Dharmendra Sharma, Bholaa will be released on March 30, 2023. The film is produced by Ajay Devgn Films, T-Series, Reliance Entertainment and Dream Warrior Pictures.

Kaithi starring Karthi was directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj. Ajay will be reprising Karthi’s role in the Hindi remake. The film tells the story of Dilli, a former convict, who tries to meet his daughter after being released from jail. However, his plans are thwarted because of a drug raid planned by an inspector.

Ajay recently appeared in Runway 34, which he also directed. The actor has a handful of upcoming films including Maidaan and Thank God. Ajay will also be seen in a cameo role in Ranveer Singh-starrer Cirkus

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