The multi-talented personality of Bollywood, Farhan Akhtar, who will be next seen in Toofan, has reportedly travelled to Bangkok, where he has collaborated with the Marvel Studios. Apparently, the actor is shooting with the international cast and crew for for this project, which is bankrolled by one of the biggest studios in the entertainment industry. There are no details have been discussed about this venture as the plot details and other things have been strictly kept under the wraps. Marvel Studios are behind Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbusters like Avengers franchise, Iron Man franchise and others.
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Meanwhile, Farhan Akhtar is currently gearing up for the release of Rakeysh Mehra's Toofan, where the actor is portraying the character of a boxer. The sports drama also features veteran actor Paresh Rawal, who will be seen as Farhan's coach along with Mrunal Thakur in pivotal roles. The film, which is written by Anjum Rajabali and marks the second collaboration between Farhan and Rakeysh after Bhaag Milkha Bhaag.
While audience is praising Farhan's athletic look in the film, the actor's trainer Darrell Foster praised him for his work ethic and earlier told us, "Farhan has experienced and gone through various physicalities in order to be authentic. Through my research and when I met him in person, I got to know that he is a world-class actor, filmmaker, and producer. So I wasn't surprised that he could transfer that work ethic, professionalism and dedication to this project. What did surprise me was his humbleness and his willingness to do what it takes in order for us to not sacrifice anything for this film." Toofan is set to release on Amazon Prime Video on May 21. So, are you excited for Farhan Akhtar's international project? Tweet and let us know @bollywood_life.
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