Imran Khan is likely to make a comeback to acting soon.
A lot of discussion has been happening over Imran Khan's return to acting. The heartthrob who won hearts with his films, namely Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na (2008), I Hate Luv Storys (2010), Delhi Belly (2011), Mere Brother Ki Dulhan (2011), and Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu (2012), has been dropping hints about returning to work soon. Ahead of that, Imran penned a note on perspective and how he has been giving more attention to negativity than positivity over the years.
Imran started by writing, "If you're wondering why I'm looking at the past so much, it's because I'm reshaping my relationship with my films. To be clear, I'm not blaming anyone for anything; all opinions are valid, and not everyone will like the same things. That's normal. Unfortunately, at the time, I was only able to look at things from a negative mindset."
He then shared a screenshot of negative reviews for Break Ke Baad by writing, "As such, here's how I remembered Break Ke Baad."
Then he wrote, "That was then," along with a screenshot of all Instagram comments where people have been urging him to make a comeback to films.
Imran then went on to write, "And here's where I realise my mistake: I paid so much head to the voices that hurt, and I never valued the voices that loved. What a fool. I won't make that mistake again. Thank you all for helping me change my perspective."
Imran's last film as an actor was 2015's Katti Batti, in which he was paired opposite Kangana Ranaut. The film was also a rom-com, directed by Nikkhil Advani.
The actor then went on to try his hand at direction and helm a short film titled Mission Mars: Keep Walking India back in 2018.
Rumours of OTT Debut
Now, reports are making the rounds that Imran is likely to make his OTT debut with a web series by the director of his debut film, Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na, Abbas Tyrewala.