‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’ Team Shah Rukh Khan-Aditya Chopra to Reunite Soon?

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By Arijita Bhowmik | April 5, 2014 1:34 AM EST

Rumours of Shah Rukh Khan reuniting with Aditya Chopra for a new YRF project are doing the rounds.

Chopra had made a dream directorial debut with Khan-starrer all-time super hit "Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge" back in 1995. The film went on to become a money-spinner and achieved the classic status. Later, the duo paired up again for "Mohabbatein" (2000) and "Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi" (2008).

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And now, a report by Mid Day claims the pair is in talks about a possible new project.

"Discussions between the two are still at an early stage but Aditya has started writing the script. If all goes as per plan, the film will go on the floors by 2015," a source informed the newspaper.

The source also stated that Khan could never turn down the director, since the superstar has been a favourite of the YRF clan.

SRK has been the face of YRF and has featured in numerous films of the production house, over the years. Even now, the actor is working on the company's upcoming project "Fan", for which he is undergoing a major makeover with prosthetic makeup.

However, reports of Khan and Chopra teaming up have been rubbished by a YRF spokesperson.

"There's no script; no cast. Nothing has been decided about Aditya Chopra's next directorial outing. There's nothing in the pipeline as of now. These are just rumours," spokesperson said.

Speculations of Chopra considering Khan for his next directorial have been doing the rounds for some time now. But later reports stated that the film in question would star YRF's young protégé Ranveer Singh instead.

(Edited by Vishnuprasad S Pillai) 

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