Hrithik Roshan (REUTERS)
Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan REUTERS

Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan will resume the shooting of his upcoming action entertainer, "Bang Bang" after the release of his much-awaited movie, "Krrish 3".

Hrithik had wrapped up the second schedule of the movie before he went under the knife on 7 July after he was diagnosed with a chronic Subdural Hematoma, a serious condition caused due to head injury. The 39-year-old actor suffered injury while shooting an action sequence of "Bang Bang".

The third schedule of "Bang Bang" was due to go to floors on 10 July but was delayed due to the actor's health problem.  The entire team will commence the shooting in mid November.

Confirming that he will resume the shooting in November, Hrithik told Press Trust of India, "I am doubly charged and looking forward to resuming my amazing journey with the team of Bang Bang from mid November. We promise to give our best to making the film one of the finest ever."

Directed by Siddharth Anand, "Bang Bang" reunites Hrithik and Katrina Kaif for the second time on screen. Earlier, the duo acted together in "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara".

Meanwhile, the director said that he pushed back the third schedule of "Bang Bang" as Hrithik would be busy promoting "Krrish 3" which is set to hit the screens on 4 November.

"Hrithik is raring to go and his enthusiasm is infectious. But his home production Krrish 3's release on November 4 is around the same time and he will be fully involved with its promotions. So we decided to start the third schedule of Bang Bang in mid-November," Siddharth said.

"Bang Bang", which is said to be the Indian Bollywood adaptation of Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz starrer "Day and Knight", was slated for release in May. But, the movie will now release on 2 October, 2014.

"Given Hrithik's revised schedule, we are now resuming our shoot in mid-November and have decided to lock the four-day Dusshera weekend of 2014. So we will come all guns blazing on October 2, and the date will coincide with the country's festive season," producer of the film Vijay Singh said.