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Jackky Bhagnani and Juno Chopra joins hand to produce another remake, The 1980 film 'The Burning Train' that was a multi-starrer is set for a reboot but with a twist. Jackky Bhagnani and Juno Chopra are collaborating and will jointly produce the film which was directed by Juno's father Ravi Chopra and produced by his grandfather BR Chopra. The Burning Train remake in works, Jackky Bhagnani and Juno Chopra to supply the film
The Burning Train remake is about to roll later this year and can even be a multistarrer a bit like the first . The makers are currently finalizing the cast. The film revolved around a train named the Super Express, that catches fire on its inaugural run from New Delhi to Mumbai. It was an adaptation of the 1975 Japanese movie The bullet. The 1980 disaster-thriller, The Burning Train, to be remade 40 years later with a star-studded cast and the promise of mind-boggling VFX.
Bhagnani made the announcement on Twitter. He wrote, 'Delighted to announce the remake of The Burning Train in association with my dear friend juno chopra. A classic by Ravi Chopra sir. Hope we do justice to the magic that he created years ago.' The Burning Train (1980) starred a stellar cast comprising of actors like Dharmendra, Jeetendra, Vinod Khanna, Hema Malini, Parveen Babi, Neetu Singh, Vinod Mehra and Danny Denzongpa, among others.
The film was about a superfast train Super Express that catches fire due to a bomb blast during its inaugural run from Delhi to Mumbai. The train was designed by Vinod Khanna (Vinod Khanna). Randhir (Danny Denzongpa), who design was rejected, planted bomb to seek revenge. The film shows how Vinod's friend Ashok (Dharmendra) tries to save the lives of people in the train with passengers Ravi (Jeetendra) and Rakesh (Vinod Mehra).