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Kriti Sanon bags Hindi adaptation of ‘Kill Bill’, a Quentin Tarantino classic: Report

If reports are to be believed, Kriti Sanon will be stepping into the shoes of Uma Thurman, who played the lead in ‘Kill Bill, for the Indian adaptation of the classic action film by Quentin Tarantino

2021-06-22T09:03:00Z
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The very stunning Kriti Sanon seems to have bagged a golden opportunity as reports have it that the actress is in talks for the Hindi adaptation of ‘Kill Bill’, a classic action film by the legendary American filmmaker Quentin Tarantino.

Producer Nikhil Dwivedi had acquired the rights to remake Kill Bill in India, and now after a couple of years, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has come on board to direct the adaptation of the Hollywood classic. Reportedly, the duo is calling it a homage to the original film by Quentin Tarantino.

A report in Pinkvilla states that the makers have approved Kriti Sanon to step into the shoes of Uma Thurman, who played the lead in the original film. It adds that the actress has given her nod and the paperwork will soon commence.

Just like the original, the Hindi adaptation will also be high on action and it will mark Kriti’s first out and out action-packed role. A source says:

“It’s the character of an assassin, termed as the deadliest woman in the world. The action aside, there runs a strong undercurrent of revenge and emotions all through the narrative, much like the original film.”

Apart from Kriti, the makers are on a lookout for two more actresses, who will come on board this action thriller to play key roles. While an official announcement is yet to be made, the report adds that the remake film will take off by early next year.


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pyar-ishk
pyar-ishk 1 months ago Oh gosh what are they doing. There a certain films that don't need remake. Kill Bill is one of them.
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ChickenSoup
ChickenSoup 1 months ago Are they being serious? How can anyone possibly think of remaking such a classic film? What will they show? The Bride singing and dancing rather than fighting? Stupid Indians and their stupid remakes.
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