Is Amitabh Bachchan’s canned film ‘Shubite’ going to release on digital platform? | Newsbaits

  • Many films are made every year in Bollywood, some of which remain closed in the middle.

    Amitabh Bachchan is one such film industry magnate.

    Actually, a few years ago, filmmaker Shujit Sarkar was making a film about Amitabh. Which he named ‘Shoebite’. The film remained canned during the shooting.

    It is now being said that it may release soon.

  • The film will be released on Amazon Prime

  • Bollywood ruckus As per the report, the film is being planned to be completed and released on Amazon Prime Video.

    It is reported that Amazon has spent a lot of money on completing the film.

    Several meetings have also been held between the makers of ‘Shubite’ and Amazon Prime for the digital release of this film.

    However, when it will knock on Amazon Prime, it has not been revealed at the moment.

  • Such a story will be seen in the film

    Such a story will be seen in the film
  • Let us tell you that ‘Shoebite’ will show the story of a 60 year old man who sets out to search for himself.

    This film is being touted as Amitabh’s best acting film till date.

    The megastar himself was also very excited about his film. In one of his tweets in 2018, he requested to release it as soon as possible.

  • Shoojit Sarkar and Amitabh have worked together in these films

  • Significantly, ‘Gulabo Sitabho’ starring and directing Amitabh and Shoojit Sarkar has also been released on Amazon Prime Video. Apart from this, both of them have also worked together in the 2015 film ‘Piku’.

  • Work front

    Amitabh is busy in these projects

  • Talking about Amitabh Bachchan’s upcoming films, he is currently seen hosting the quiz show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati 12’.

    Apart from this, he is also going to start work on the film ‘Made’, directed by Ajay Devgan soon.

    At the same time, he is also seen in Ayan Mukerji’s ‘Brahmastra’, Nagraj Manjule’s ‘Jhund’, Rumi Jaffrey’s ‘Face’ and Ramya Krishnanan in ‘Tera Yaar Hoon Main’.

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