5 remakes of Suniel Shetty’s action films that Ahan Shetty can be part of

Suniel Shetty’s son Ahan Shetty is talk of the town since it was announced that he’ll be launched as a main lead in an action movie by Sajid Nadiadwala. Nadiadwala is instrumental in launching Tiger Shroff’s successful career and he is hoping to repeat the same with Ahan Shetty. He surely is gonna rock the box office once his movie releases considering his hot looks and his resemblance to his father Suniel Shetty who ruled the 90s. So here we bring to you five action films of 90s that starred Suniel Shetty that could be remade with Jr Shetty.

# Balwaan


Suniel Shetty debuted with this action film in 1992. As the name suggests he indeed looked every inch of Balwaan in the film. It’ll be great to see Ahan in that whistle worthy climax, where liquid radium is used.

# Mohra


This was one of the biggest blockbusters of 90s. Starring Suniel Shetty and Akshay Kumar, this film had it all. Action, comedy, roamance, thrill and suspense. Ahan Shetty will be great as the vigilante followed by the cop character played by Akshay Kumar in the original. May be Tiger Shroff can be cast as cop.

# Krishna



In this film, Suniel Shetty played an undercover cop who joins a gang and indulges in a gang war in order to catch the gangsters. Ahan Shetty, just has the look to mouth those dialogues like the one he says, “Tu Maarte Maarte Thak Gaya, Lekin Main Pit te Pit te Nahin Thakaa…Ab Meri Baari Hai!” Also read: Suniel Shetty’s son Ahan Shetty to make his Bollywood debut with Sajid Nadiadwala’s action film

# Vinashak – Destroyer



Another film where Suniel Shetty goes undercover in order to eradicate corruption in jail. This film has many heavy duty action scenes. Ahan Shetty may need to bulk up a bit more for this one.

# Gopi Kishan


Okay, who doesn’t love Gopi Kishan. Suniel Shetty in a dual role is a perfect launch pad for Ahan Shetty. Playing a goofy, clumsy cop and a no nonense con man. This action comedy may lead to stardom instantly.

Having said that, while it’ll be good to see Ahan Shetty repeating the success of his father’s films. And we’d love to see him do that but he wouldn’t want to be compared to his father and may wanna try the luck on his own merit.