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Atlee and Shah Rukh Khan’s team will be joined by South beauty Nayanthara?

Filmmakers Atlee is all set to make his next big Bollywood film with Shah Rukh Khan. even though the project is not officially announced yet, it has created all the hype in the industry and become the most anticipated films of the superstar and filmmaker. According to the reports, Atlee has even started the pre-production of the film.

Now according to the reports roaming around in the industry suggested that the popular actress, Nayanthara is in talks to star opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Atlee’s project. The makers are planning to star the South Indian star to make the film Pan-India. since SSRK’s last few films failed to create the magic at the box office it seems the actor is keeping no stone unturned to make his comeback special for his fans.

Meanwhile, the makers are now in the negotiation process with the actress and if everything goes smoothly then we will get to see the fresh face opposite SRK.

Meanwhile, Nayanthata, was recently seen in films like A. R. Murugadoss’ Darbar opposite Rajinikanth, R.J. Balaji’s Mookuthi Amman and Appu N. Bhattathiri’s Nizhal. She is now busy with her upcoming film Annaatthe, co-starring Rajinikanth and Keerthy Suresh.

On the other hand, Shah Rukh is gearing up for his upcoming film Pathan, co-starring Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, and Dimple Kapadia.

As the superstar’s debut film Deewana completed 29 years, the actor took to his social media platforms to thank his fans for the overwhelming love. He wrote “Been working. Just saw the ’overwhelmed ness’ of the love of nearly 30 yrs u r showering on me here. Realised it’s more than half my life in the service of hoping to entertain u all. Will take out time tomorrow & share some love back personally. Thx needed to feel loved….”

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