Creators Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah endorsed the notion of putting Shah Rukh Khan within the Bollywood adaptation of the Bad Boys franchise, saying that he really is the biggest movie star in the world.
Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, the filmmaker’s pair that had made their Hollywood breakthrough with the recent feature picture Bad Boys for Life, reportedly stated that when the franchise ever is recreated in Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan must feature. Hailing to Morocco, the couple stated that they have been great admirers of SRK.
When questioned whether they’d be interested in replication in India, Adil said IANS, “Well, you know, it would be an honour to begin with. Because Bollywood is like the biggest movie industry in the world, and we come from Morocco. They’re big Bollywood fans, and the biggest star in the world is still Shah Rukh Khan. So we hope that he (the Indian director) would have Shah Rukh Khan in the movie.”
Adil further continued that, “You’ve got to have him. In Bad Boys, there are a lot of bright colours that match with Bollywood cinema, where you have bright colours. It’s exotic. So, you have a lot of similarities, and the costumes (are bright, too). But I think you’re gonna have to use more music. It has to be a little bit more epic action with musical elements.” Bilall added that “I would be super excited to see a Bollywood version of Bad Boys. I’m behind it.”
Since we all are aware that, Bad Boys for Life, the third film of such long-running action movie featuring Will Smith as well as Martin Lawrence as bumbling policemen, continues to be the year as well top-earning movie.
Filmmaker Rohit Shetty showed interest in such a Bollywood adaptation just at the time it was released. He’d said this to IANS, “It will be (remade) for sure. The moment I say that who should be the Bad Boys in Bollywood, it will go viral that I am making a film with them and I will be in a mess. So, I know who the Bad Boys are but I don’t want to disclose it right now.” No doubt Shah Rukh Khan is the Biggest Movie Star in the world.