The Great Khali to enter Bollywood
Wrestler Dara Singh kick-started the trend of wrestlers entering Bollywood which is being continued by Dalip Singh. If the name Dalip Singh doesn’t ring a bell in your mind, then, the name ‘Khali’ definitely will! Commonly known as ‘The Great Khali’ in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) arena, this ‘Hunkiest of them all’ Hunk is all set to make a beeeeg and an apt splash in Bollywood with 'Ramaa — The Saviour', a children’s adventure film.
'Ramaa-The Saviour' is to be produced by actor Sahil Khan of 'Style' fame, and will have Khali playing super human, while Sahil will play Lord Rama opposite Tanushree Datta. Aaprently 'Ramaa-The Saviour' is not exactly Khali’s first brush with ‘fame and frame’, this 35-year old has already faced the camera in Hollywood for the film, 'The Longest Yard'. He will also be seen in a prominent role in the upcoming 'Get Smart' starring Steve Carell, Bill Murray, the film will star yet another wrestler, the Rock. Khali is very image conscious and has made it very clear to Sahil that he will only settle for a positive role. Mainly because Khali has a huge fan following among kids in India and does not want to leave any negative impact on the young minds!
As for Khali’s wish-list, he simply would love to work with the likes of Bollywood hunkies like Sunny Deol, Sanjay Dutt, Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar! If this happens, then, it will be a visual treat for not just Bollywood but also the WWE fans!
Source: Bollywood Hungama
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