Kabir Khan is currently completing his film Chandu Champion with Kartik Aaryan, which is scheduled to release in June, but talks are already on for his next. Rumours were that he was in touch with Salman Khan for a film called Babbar Sher, however it has now come to the fore that he is considering Tiger Shroff for another film.

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As per a report by Hindustan Times, the Bajrangi Bhaijaan director is in active talks with Tiger Shroff for a project.The report suggests that discussions are underway between the filmmaker and the actor for an upcoming action-based project. Kabir is keen on casting Tiger Shroff, considering it an appropriate collaboration. Although details about the storyline are limited, the project is set to be an action film based in the Northeast.
Khan is teaming up with V. Vijayendra Prasad on this one. The report also suggested that Kabir is thrilled to collaborate with Prasad again and is confident they have something exceptional in store, as last time together they delivered Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Tiger is currently working on Ali Abbas Zafar’s Bade Miyan Chote Miyan with Akshay Kumar and has also signed Rohit Shetty’s Singham Again. He’s also rumoured to start work on Rambo remake which is backed by Siddharth Anand.

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