- Jackky Bhagnani introduced the remake of The Burning Educate
- The 1980 multi-starrer was once directed by way of Ravi Chopra
- The movie will pass on flooring later this yr
The 1980 action-thriller The Burning Educate will see a remake this yr. The multi-starrer movie was once directed by way of Ravi Chopra and featured Dharmendra, Hema Malini, Vinod Khanna, Parveen Babi, Jeetendra, Neetu Singh in pivotal roles. Actor-turned-producer Jackky Bhagnani introduced the remake of the movie on his Instagram profile and wrote, “Thrilled to announce the remake of The Burning Educate in affiliation with my expensive pal Juno Chopra. A vintage by way of Ravi Chopra Sir. Hope we do justice to the magic that he created years in the past.” Take a look on the aforementioned publish right here.
Juno Chopra’s final undertaking was once the remake of the 1978 movie Pati Patni Aur Woh that starred Kartik Aaryan, Bhumi Pednekar and Ananya Panday. Then again, Jackky Bhagnani is related as a manufacturer with Coolie No 1, the remake of the 1975 comedy of the similar title. The impending movie stars Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan in lead roles. Each the manufacturers have collaborated for the remake of The Burning Educate. The 1978 movie revolved round a super-fast specific that stuck hearth right through its inaugural adventure from Delhi to Mumbai. Directed by way of Juno Chopra’s father Ravi Chopra and manufacturer by way of his grandfather Baldev Raj Chopra, the movie was once a blockbuster.
Confirming the scoop, Jackky Bhagnani advised Mumbai Mirror, “It is vintage Bollywood and I am overjoyed to be running with my pal Juno to recreate the magic that Ravi Chopra sir had 40 years in the past. It has its middle on the proper position and we’re all set to present it our all.” He additionally added, “The trendy adaptation might be set in a teach itself and could have a brand new twist.”
The movie is slated to move on flooring within the later a part of the yr. The lead forged and the director of the multi-starrer remake has now not been introduced but.