Ranveer Singh once said, “Hum gunday hai ... na aaj tak kisi ke haath aaye hai ... aur na aayenge”.
But well, this line seems to be coming not so true, because both the babas, Ranveer as well as Arjun, have a busy schedule ahead of them.
Arjun Kapoor, who is busy shooting for HALF GIRLFRIEND currently, seems to have already bagged a movie with chachu Anil Kapoor – Anees Bazmee's MUBARAKAN, but that's not about it. This lad reportedly has three other movie offers.
Remember the movie where Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan and Arjun Kapoor were paired? Well, that movie directed by Abhishek Varman might be named SHIDDAT and is probably produced by Karan Johar. Just for the info, Abhishek Varman is the same person who directed Arjun Kapoor and Alia Bhatt in 2 STATES. Wonder what magic can he bring about now, especially since it seems like Madhuri has joined the cast in the role of a mother!
Apart from SHIDDAT, Arjun might also be the choice for Anushka Sharma's home production movie next. Anushka is busy with her second venture PHILLAURI currently and the movie might once again see the whole cast of NH10 (including director Navdeep).
It is also being reported that after working with Kareena in his last released film KI & KA, Arjun might also try pairing up with Chote Nawab Saif Ali Khan for Nikhil Advani's BAZAAR based on share markets. Apart from being paired opposite Saif, Arjun also has a close bond with Nikhil because he assisted this director in KAL HO NA HO and SALAAM-E-ISHQ.
Although it is still not very clear if Arjun would choose any or all of the projects, his brother from another mother Ranveer Singh is also riding high ever since his last film BAJIRAO MASTANI was super successful!
Currently devoting his time to Aditya Chopra's BEFIKRE and spending some quality time with alleged ladylove Deepika Padukone, Ranveer has as many as 12 brand endorsements and more waiting for his nod.
It is being reported that this actor will return by July end and shoot for 10 endorsements.
Say it loud, how proud are you of these ‘Gunday', who steal the heart with ease?