"Captain America: Civil War" premiere is less than a month away, and Indians have recently learnt that Varun Dhawan will dub for the incomparable Chris Evans in the Hindi version. Indian audience will finally get to know what Steve Rogers will sound like in Hindi, but what if that character was to be actually played by an Indian?
Here is a list of some of the likeliest candidates if such a scenario presents itself:
Hrithik Roshan: The "Krrish" actor already has the experience playing a superhero, and looks really good while doing it. He definitely has the body to play the Indian version of Steve Rogers when he is in the peak of human perfection, and is also great with action sequences.
Aamir Khan: This member of the Khan trio is in the list mostly because there is literally no role he cannot do justice to. Be it the alien from "PK" or the romantic terrorist of "Fanaa," Khan has played an array of characters no other Bollywood hero can boast of. He had buffed up for "Dangal," to portray wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat, which was enough for him to play Thor, let alone Captain America.
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Varun Dhawan: Playing the live-action role of Steve Rogers will not be too much of a stretch for the "Dilwale" star, considering he is already dubbing for the role in the Hindi version of "Captain America: Civil War." Dhawan usually portrays fun and extroverted characters, which is totally opposite of the Captain's reserved personality. However, the young actor had proved with "Badlapur" he can be versatile.
Arjun Rampal: Much like Steve Rogers, who is over 70 years old and still looks to be in his 30s, Rampal too can pass for a 30-year-old despite being in his 40s. This actor did not achieve a huge level of success in Bollywood, but proved he is a diverse actor with movies like "Ra.One," "Om Shanti Om" and "Rock On!!"
Vidyut Jammwal: This action hero was born to an army family, so he already has a connection to the supersoldier. He is well-versed in Kalaripayattu and has showed off his martial arts skills in various movies. Besides being a great fighter, he also has charisma on screen, having wooed all the girls as the villainous Vishnu in "Force." He would make a great Captain America as well.
If you are one of those people who likes to catch up on the events from previous instalments before watching sequels, Zee Studio has got you covered. Watch the events that lead Steve Rogers, Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan ) and Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) to the "Civil War" with "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," when it premieres on Zee Studio Saturday, April 30, a week ahead of the epic battle of the Avengers.