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Hrithik Roshan's film Welcome To The Jungle shelved

There were some rumors about having signed actor Hrithik Roshan for the film maker Kabir Faruk (God Ke Bandey fame) Welcome to the jungle that was being produced by Khan Hrithik father-in-law Sanjay. To be directed by Kabir, the film was also created to star in the actor Zayed Khan. Roshan reportedly had signed the film because of the obvious family connection, since it was a family project. But whispers doing the rounds of trade shows now that the film has been shelved.

"Yes, the film has been shelved," confirms an insider, saying: "The box office fate Guzzarish Comet and had to some extent had an impact on the viability of the project. Furthermore, the dynamics of the market have experienced a tremendous change since the film was first discussed. So the project has been suspended indefinitely. "

Another source says that the shelves but not much to do with the fate of comets and Guzaarish, as it has to do with the overall pace in the market today. "Hrithik was to play the role of a wildlife explorer. But today is not only busy with Agneepath and pre-production work of Krissh 2, but also with its dance reality show on the small screen. soon begin the work of promoting Na Zindagi Milegi Dobara well, "said the source. "Apart from Roshan, although Faruk is currently busy with other projects. Since, it took so long to materialize, both the actor and director have moved to other projects and the dates assigned to it have given to other films, "the source added.

According to sources, Roshan had signed for this action adventure about two years ago, in 2009, and was about to begin shooting soon after completing Guzaarish. The film apparently requires Hrithik sports short circuit through the film and was working to bulk up their muscles in her legs. However, close friends of the star and the director revealed that both were willing to work together on this case. "They had several meetings in the past and the two get along," concludes the source.