With Kites all set to go global, Rakesh Roshan has also revived the idea of a krrish sequel. This time, Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra will not be directing the krrish sequel for Rakesh Roshan.
Rakesh has decided to take over the responsibility from Rakeysh, and with good reason. After Kites, Rakesh Roshan wants to take Hrithik Roshan's career to the next international level. The next instalment of krrish will therefore be a super-hero film to compete with the Hollywood films of the genre like Batman, Superman and Spiderman.
Confirming these developments, Rakesh Roshan, who has won the 'director of the decade" award in Macau says, “The destiny of the next krrish movie depends entirely on the way Kites goes. Kites director Anurag Basu and I are preparing two different versions of Kites in Hindi and English. The English version will be viewed by our potential buyers in the US. Only then will we move forward with plans on how to release Kites and how to make the next krrish movie. We should release by December."
Rakesh Roshan hasn"t directed a film since krrish in 2006. But now he plans to go fully international with the krrish sequel. “It all depends on the fate of Kites in the international market," says Rakesh Roshan.