Saif Ali Khan, Madhavan might pair up after 15 years for Aanand L Rai's production

Saif Ali Khan and R Madhavan may be reuniting on screen after 15 years for Aanand L Rai's next production which will be directed by Navdeep Singh

FP Staff October 30, 2017 15:01:39 IST
Saif Ali Khan, Madhavan might pair up after 15 years for Aanand L Rai's production

Saif Ali Khan and R Madhavan may be reuniting on screen after 15 years for Aanand L Rai's next production which will be directed by Navdeep Singh, according to a DNA report.

Saif Ali Khan Madhavan might pair up after 15 years for Aanand L Rais production

Saif Ali Khan-R Madhavan. Images from Facebook.

It is being speculated that Khan and Madhavan have been approached to be the lead male protagonists in the two-hero movie. Khan and Madhavan previously came together on the silver screen in Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein, which was Madhavan's debut film in Bollywood.

Although there are no reports that confirm this pairing, a lot of buzz has been created around the news.

Khan was last seen on the silver screen in Raja Krishna Menon's slice-of-life film Chef which saw him in the titular role. The movie revolved largely around the relationship of Khan's character with his son and how they overcome their strained relations over food. Chef also marked the Bollywood debut of Malayalam actress Padmapriya Janakiraman. Khan's next outing will be Sacred Games, India's first original Netflix show and Akshat Verma's black comedy Kaalakaandi.

Madhavan on the other hand will be seen next opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in the space-themed movie Chanda Mama Door Ke.

(Also read - Chef movie review: Saif's flimsy but occasionally sweet film takes the chefing out of Favreau's Chef)

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