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Kriti Sanon to star in Anurag Kashyap's Kill Bill? Here's what we know

According to close sources, Kriti Sanon might work in Kill Bill as she was spotted with Anurag Kashyap outside Nikhil Dwivedi's office; read more details.

Kriti Sanon to star in Anurag Kashyap's Kill Bill? Here's what we know-SYT
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Mumbai, First Published Oct 6, 2021, 4:18 PM IST
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Kriti Sanon is currently on the roll with the success of Mimi. The actress undoubtedly proved her mark in the film industry, and she has many big-budget films to release in the future. Kriti, however, is once again in the spotlight as the actress is reported to be a part of the Kill Bill movie. Also Read: Bigg Boss 15: Karan Kundrra calls Shamita Shetty aunty, netizens troll him for age-shaming

Kriti is speculated to be a part of a remake of Quentin Tarantino's famous female combat driven movie, Kill Bill. The rumours are back with Kriti starring in the film as she was spotted with Anurag Kashyap outside the office of Nikhil Dwivedi. Kriti is reported to be an ideal choice for the movie, as she has some experience in action that will be required for this movie.

Nikhil and Anurag had brought kill Bill's rights to be remade to take up the director's role for the film. The work on an adaptation of the script has been happening all through the lockdown. Kriti has recently given a solo hit, and her role is said to be 'World's Deadliest Female Assassin'. Also Read: Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Naga Chaitanya would have celebrated 4th anniversary today; check romantic pics

Kriti Sanon has proved her mark in the film industry with Mimi, and now she is considered one of the top actresses in the country. In a long career span, Kriti has given many notable performances. 

The actress has multiple films lined up for release. She will star in her first mythological film with 'Adipurush'. She will become part of yet another franchise with her film 'Ganapath'. Other than that she has 'Bhediya', 'Bachchan Pandey' and 'Hum Do Hamare Do' lined up.

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