Hrithik Roshan, who has started his career with his father Rakesh Roshan's film, will work in his next film soon.
After "Krrish 3", the father-son jodi didn't team up for any other film. However, there are reports that Rakesh is making a small budget movie.
"Rakesh Roshan wants to do something experimental and yet commercial. It will be a medium-budget film and he doesn't want any big stars for it. There are concepts which he's very excited about and currently he's finalising one," DNA quoted a source as saying.
Touted to be a comedy-thriller, the film is likely to go on floors by the end of February and will be shot in various locations, including Mumbai and Lucknow.
But, according to previous reports, Hrithik has opted out of his father's project due to date issues and he has been replaced by Kunal Kapoor.
On the other hand, when asked whether Hrithik will be part of the film or not, Rakesh told DNA, "Hrithik will always be there in my films."
It has been speculated if Kunal Kapoor is the lead actor, then Hrithik might have a small role in the film. Currently, the actor is busy with Ashutosh Gowariker's period drama "Mohenjo Daro".
It is a love story that dates back to the 26th century BC. The "Bang Bang" star will be seen romancing newcomer Pooja Hegde in the film. The film is said to be the director's mega project with a massive budget.
The handsome hunk has reportedly charged a whopping Rs 50 crore for the film, as he chose not to share the profit from the film and instead take home the massive amount.