First Sylvester Stallone wrote 'hope they don't wreck it' and later said: "Some people like to read into words and twist them"
Tiger Shroff in Rambo remake: News has reached the actual Rambo who appears slightly apprehensive about the new version of the movie, that contributed majorly in making him the star he is
Reports suggest that the official remake of the hit series Rambo, which featured Hollywood actor Sylvester Stallone, was initially offered to Hrithik Roshan but that did not materialise. And now, Sidharth is being considered for it
"The film is the Hindi remake of Sylvester Stallone's Rambo and involves some hardcore action for which the actor has been training religiously. He prefers to do it at his home gym. But when he was recently clicked by the paparazzi in his boxing gloves, he got upset," revealed a source
"The Hindi remake of Rambo will have Hrithik reprising Sylvester Stallone's classic character, but with a desi twist. Siddharth bought the rights to the film a couple of years ago and is now all set to take it on floors," said a source. The film will reportedly be made by Hrithik's Bang Bang! director Siddharth Anand
The Rocky star, who is the executive producer of the new TV series Rambo: New Blood, will also appear in the show. The television drama will focus on the relationship between mercenary Rambo and his son, a character that has not appeared in any of the four movies in the franchise featuring Rambo
Sylvester Stallone has been in Hollywood for over four decades
The Expendables 3 will release in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, other than English, in India on August 22.
He is also expected to reprise his other iconic role as Rocky Balboa in a spin-off called Creed
Ajay feels children and women loved Singham more than men and are excited about the second part too
The action star is writing the screenplay and will once again star as the one-man army Rambo
Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who will be seen coming out of the water wearing a sari in her upcoming film R...Rajkumar, says she will not wear a bikini.