At the moment, Ranveer Singh has the best projects in his bag. He was last seen playing the menacing negative lead in Padmaavat, for which he surely win accolades in the upcoming awards season. He will be next seen in playing a rap artist from the streets of Mumbai in Gully Boy. He also has Kapil Dev biopic '83 to begin shooting for. Well, add another exciting project to his line up. The actor will be seen playing a superhero in a project set in space. Ranveer Singh and Supermodel Sara Sampaio to Come Together for THIS Project – Read Details.
No, we are not kidding. But there is a catch. The project will be directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, who is the maker of movies like Tiger Zinda Hai and Sultan. The project is being backed by YRF. But the project is NOT a full-fledged superhero film, but an advertisement for the noodle brand that Ranveer endorses. We can almost hear your heartbreak. But c'mon, this is better than no superhero movie, starring Ranveer Singh, set in space. Right?
The announcement of the project was made by the writer, Ashish Patil, on his Twitter handle. He shared a concept art of the project, in which a man can be seen looking out the window of a spaceship. "A hero will rise", reads the caption on the picture.
Check out the first picture of Ranveer Singh as the superhero
My crack at writing a mad superhero story...
Produced by @yrf
Starring the one & only @ranveersingh
Directed by @aliabbaszafar
Premieres Oct 9th pic.twitter.com/gnC2okyzUo
— ashish patil (@patilashish) October 3, 2018
Watch the Teaser of the Ad Starring Ranveer Singh As Superhero Below
Presenting @RanveerOfficial in his 1st turn as a superhero in an out of this world sci-fi adventure directed by @aliabbaszafar#CaptainChingRises is a story set in the not so distant future & galaxy when the world is under attack. When only one man can save us all
Trailer on Oct5 pic.twitter.com/ozZ7m8MMFm
— Ching's Secret (@Chingssecret) October 4, 2018
Earlier while promoting Hindi dubbed version of Deadpool 2, Ranveer had said, "I have been exploring various superhero subjects for a while now. Of course, none of them have materialised just yet. But I don't think we are very far from seeing a true blue Indian superhero. There are some really interesting characters."
"Hopefully, not very long from now, we will see a bonafide superhero, a big ticket, big screen bonanza that is truly Indian, "Ranveer concluded.