Shahrukh Khan To Make Hollywood Debut With ‘Rush Hour 4’ On One Condition

Shah Rukh Khan might be making a Hollywood debut and it might just be in the Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker starrer Rush Hour. According to Filmfare, King Khan is a big fan of the franchise directed by Brett Ratner and in an interview given to a leading daily, he expressed his desire of working with the talented director on a sequel and of bringing the franchise to India. 

King Khan met Ratner during the 60th San Francisco Film Festival, where Khan said,

“One thing I did request him to do — whether it’s with me or not – is to get Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker to shoot in India because Rush Hour is all over the world. And it’s high time that such a wonderful and beautiful action-comedy film came to India. I’ll get involved in some way or the other. I’ll do the production for him if I am not acting. I’ll be seeing him again and would love to discuss the aspects of bringing American screenplay writing and other stuff down to India.”

The X-Men: The Last Stand director met with SRK at the 60th San Francisco International Film Festival where they talked, laughed and even danced. Ratner turned out to be a Shah Rukh fan as he hoped to work on a Rush Hour sequel with the actor.

Ironically, we saw Jackie Chan incorporate Bollywood in his Indo-China collaboration Kung Fu Yoga and so maybe next up in line is Rush Hour 4.

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