Ajay Devgn, who is currently busy shooting for his upcoming movie "Shivaay," has reportedly been offered a film to be scripted and directed by "Baahubali" famed writer KV Vijayendra Prasad.
It has been reported that the movie is set in the backdrop of Babri Masjid demolition in the year 1992. The report also said that the film will be titled as "Kabir" and will be Ajay's most controversial work on screen until now.
"It is not a pro-government film. 'Kabir' takes a look at the turmoil that our country faced after the Babri Masjid was demolished and one man's heroic attempt to stand up to the violence that followed," DNA quoted a source as saying.
Ajay has liked the subject of the movie that will be produced by Censor Board of Film Certification chief Pahlaj Nihalani, the report added. Both Ajay and Vijayendra are currently busy with their respective upcoming projects -- "Shivaay" and "Baahubali 2." There are also reports that the "Baahubali" writer has scripted the story of Sunny Deol's next movie "Mera Bharat Mahaan."
The "Singham" actor is currently in Bulgaria, shooting for his one of the biggest films. Makers of "Shivaay" are keeping the film's details under wraps. The first look of "Shivaay" was released long ago that had showed Ajay's back and arms tattooed with a gloomy view of mountains in the background.
On the other hans, "Baahubali 2" is one of the most awaited Indian movies. The first instalment titled "Baahubali-The Beginning" had stormed the box office with record breaking earnings. Now, fans are eagerly waiting for "Baahubali-The Conclusion" that will be released in April 2017.