Boney Kapoor’s last production venture Mom was with his late wife Sridevi. The film, which released last year, fared decently well at the box office and was critically acclaimed too.
Boney soon went on to register a spate of titles with the Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association (IMPPA). One of them was Mr. India and two other films were sequels to his earlier films No Entry and Wanted, starring Salman Khan.
Now a birdie from the office informs us that Boney will produce four more films, teeing off with the sports biopic starring Ajay Devgn, which is based on the life of football coach Syed Abdul Rahim.
“This will be followed by the Mr. India reboot. Other films on the invisible man, like Ram Gopal Varma’s Gayab and Mahesh Bhatt’s Mr. X did not have the same impact. So, a Mr. India reboot is ideally the right film to get the invisible man visible on the big screen again,” says a trade source.
We are told that more information on the three films will be out before the end of this year, with details on the director and the casting as well. Rumour has it that either Arjun Kapoor or Janhvi Kapoor could be seen in the Mr. India sequel if Anil Kapoor does not make a re-entry.