Earlier, we learnt that superstar Salman Khan’s Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai might see a delay in its release due to the coronavirus situation, which might affect his other releases too. But whenever the situation gets normal, Salman fans are surely happy as their beloved star has an exciting line up of upcoming releases. Amongst such films, one is Mulshi Pattern’s Hindi remake in which he’ll be sharing screen space with his brother-in-law, Aayush Sharma.
The Hindi adaptation of Marathi blockbuster to feature Salman Khan in a cop role, while Aayush will be essaying gangster’s character. It is being said that the film will have a backdrop of Punjab. Now, after getting character insights, there’s a latest development coming in and it’s related to the title.
As per the report in Pinkvilla, a trade source stated, “Many thought that the makers might call it Mulshi Pattern itself, since they have bought the official rights to the film, but they decided against it. The team has titled it Dhak which means powerful in Hindi.”
“Salman loved the concept and the rural-urban conflict that happens when farmers, who live near the cities, sell off their lands for money and their children resort to crime when the money runs out. In Mulshi Pattern, the son (played by Om Bhutkar), becomes a cocky, arrogant gang leader but is arrested by an Inspector (played by Upendra Limaye), an honest, upright, tough cop who is out to get the gangsters and is willing to use any means for that. It’s a cat-and-mouse chase for the gangster and the cop as the latter plans various methods of nabbing the former and is finally successful,” a source further adds.
The film will be helmed by Abhiraj Minawala.