Aamir Khan has been dropping hints about his future film, which might be based on a Spanish sport drama.
Last Updated: 02.40 AM, Apr 28, 2022
There have been several reports about Aamir Khan’s upcoming movie after Laal Singh Chaddha, and the actor sharing videos of himself playing cricket have only led many to believe that his next movie centres around sports.
It was last reported by several news outlets that the actor is going to collaborate with RS Prasanna of Shubh Mangal Saavdhan for a sports movie. ETimes believes that this might just be a Hindi remake of Spanish movie Campeones.
On his birthday in March this year, the actor was asked to comment on the remake but he seemed surprised that the plans for the project were already known. Aamir said that he will let the public know about the movie whenever the team is done with their planning.
And then on Friday, Aamir Khan Productions shared a humorous video of the 57-year-old actor playing cricket (25th of April). Aamir opens the video by hitting a brilliant shot before walking in front of the camera. It's unknown if the post has anything to do with this new sporting drama.
The original Spanish film is a comedy-drama about a drunken basketball coach who is tasked with putting together an unexpected champions squad. Campeones was Spain's official Oscar submission that year, as well as the country's highest-grossing film of 2018.
Javier Fesser's 2018 Spanish comedy-drama film Campeones (Champions). The plot is about the Aderes squad from Burjassot (Valencia), a team made up of people with intellectual impairments who won twelve Spanish championships between 1999 and 2014.
As we wait for the release of Laal Singh Chaddha, directed by Advait Chandan, who previously directed Aamir and Zaira Wasim in Secret Superstar. Kareena Kapoor Khan also appears in Laal Singh Chaddha, an adaptation of Tom Hanks' 1994 film Forrest Gump.
The cast also includes Naga Chaitanya, Mona Singh, Teetu Sharma, and Manav Vij.
The film's release date has been pushed back due mainly to the pandemic, but it will now be on August 11.