Ekta Kapoor kickstarts the work on Ek Villain 2; Sidharth Malhotra to play the lead

Sidharth Malhotra is all set to star in Ekta Kapoor's forthcoming production which is set to be a sequel to their 2014 Ek Villain. The work on the project has been kickstarted.

Updated on Jun 15, 2018 03:34 PM IST  |  2.8M
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There have been several reports making the rounds about the sequel to the 2014 hit film Ek Villain starring Sidharth Malhotra, Shraddha Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh in the lead roles.

Now, as per reports in Mumbai Mirror, producer Ekta Kapoor has hired a few writers to start working on the sequel which is all set to be a follow-up to Ek Villain. Moreover, Sidharth will be seen in the lead role and there will be a fresh cast joining him for the sequel.

Talking about it, a source stated to Mumbai Mirror, "Work on Ek Villain 2 has just kicked off. The premise of the original is great for a potential franchise."

Ek Villain 2 will not be directed by Mohit Suri, but Ekta is planning to rope in new helmer to the project. 

Apart from Ek Villain 2, Ekta and Sidharth are all set to collaborate with the film titled Shotgun Shaadi. Talking about it, Ekta earlier said to MM, "It’s my Grease Lightning (the 1977 American biographical film) in today’s times with Sid."

Sidharth will next be seen in the biopic of Kargil war hero Vikram Batra. Earlier, Sidharth made the announcement on his social media pages saying, "Dharma Productions & Shabbir Boxwala collaborate to present the true story of bravery & patriotism - the chronicles of Kargil war hero Vikram Batra"

The announcement further read, "Sidharth Malhotra in the lead as Sher Shah Vikram Batra, Directed by Vishnu Vardhan and Written by Sandeep Shrivastava"

Are you excited to see Sidharth in these films? Let us know in the comments below.

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4 years ago
he is so damn handsome that’s why he gets movies so haters burn