Katrina Kaif’s dream project – the superheroine movie – has been picked up by Netflix for a direct-to-OTT release. The movie, helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar is being mounted on a lavish scale.
Katrina Kaif’s was on the verge of announcing her next two projects, when the Covid-19 outbreak stalled all plans. Production houses and filmmakers were forced to stay the announcements on hold.
While there have been already speculations about Katrina starring during a big superheroine film, helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the Sultan director has now confirmed the event during a recent interview.
In an interview given to a tabloid, Ali shared, “Yes, i’m creating a superhero universe, beginning with Katrina’s film.
We then move to Mr India, which can carry over bits from Katrina’s film, and that we are developing two more characters. My third superhero is rooted in Indian mythology and therefore the fourth one is on a military officer.”
Now, we hear the large budgeted film is being planned for a direct-to-OTT release. A source tells us, “The superheroine film starring Katrina will mostly be her big digital debut.
Katrina Kaif’s superhero film to be her big debut on digital platforms
The film is being mounted on a lavish scale, and therefore the team has struck a affect Netflix with this being the primary a part of the franchise to be premiered on the digital platform.
It won’t have a theatrical release, but are going to be made for the online .” We texted Ali Abbas Zafar about an equivalent but he maintained silence on the subject . Our source further adds, “Katrina is extremely kicked about the thought behind the project from the very beginning.
She always wanted to try to to a full fledged action film within the superhero genre and this is often her big dream project. When Netflix decided to return on board, she was extremely happy because the film will now have a wider reach among a worldwide audience base.”