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Ranbir Kapoor in Wake Up Sid sequel

Before they team up with the Bachchan men in Nikhil Advani's next film, father-son duo will star together in the Ayaan Mukerjee project

Before Bollywood's first family's father and son share screen space with the Bachchan men, Rishi and Ranbir Kapoor have finally settled on a project for their first ever silver-screen collaboration. And it seems that Ranbir's good friend and director Ayaan Mukerjee has given the father and son the perfect platform in his sequel to Wake Up Sid.

Reportedly, Ranbir always wanted to star alongside his father in a home production. However, RK Films has not been able to kick start their operations since 1999. And so, Rishi and Ranbir, who have been approached to star together in several films, have finally decided that Ayaan's film is the one.

A source informed that Rishi will essay the antagonist in the film.

When contacted, Rishi Kapoor told Mumbai Mirror, "I am not denying Ranbir and I are coming together in a film that is a sequel to one of his films.

Ranbir and I've had innumerable offers to star together. But nothing really seemed to fit, until this. Both Ranbir and I are very excited about it. All I can tell you at the moment is audiences who are waiting to see us together won't be disappointed."

And even before the film goes on floors, audiences will have a preview of the father-son on-screen chemistry.

Rishi and Ranbir had just shot for an ad that was also directed by Ayaan. "Frankly I was more nervous than even Ranbir because the ad's concept demanded me to behave like a typical, stern, disapproving father.

Now, in real life I've never needed to disapprove of anything that Ranbir has done. And I've hardly played that kind of 'Yeh nahin ho sakta, tum aisa nahin kar sakte,' kind of bellowing father," added Rishi.


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