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Report: Shahrukh Khan buys rights of Korean film ‘A Hard Day’, asks team to work on pre-production

Shahrukh Khan has bought the rights to Korean film ‘A Hard Day’ for almost 14 months. According to reports, this decision was taken by SRK when he saw this film recently. It is being said that he liked the film so much that he could not stop himself from buying its rights. However, it is not yet clear whether he will play the lead himself or cast someone else in this detective drama.

Sujoy Ghosh can Direct

It is being said in the reports that Shahrukh can entrust the direction of the film to Sujoy Ghosh. They want to start work on it as soon as possible. So he has asked his team to work on pre-production. If we talk about Shahrukh, he was last seen as a lead actor in ‘Zero’ (2018). After this, he may not have appeared as an actor, but under his production house he has produced films like ‘Badla’ and successful web series like ‘Bard of Blood’.

This is the story of ‘A Hard Day’

The story of ‘A Hard Day’ revolves around a detective who dies in a car accident when a man dies. Being intoxicated, he gets scared and instead of calling the police, finds ways to hide the corpse. The detective tries to hide the dead man’s corpse in an accident at his mother’s funeral. The 2014 film was directed by Kim Seong-Hun .

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