Ajay Devgn’s Most Ambitious Project Worth 400 Crore Will Be Out In 2024

Ajay Devgn is currently planning his 400 crore directorial which will be releasing in 2024

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Ajay Devgn is currently busy with his most ambitious project yet. The actor is rigorously working for his upcoming drama called MayDay. The star cast of the film includes Amitabh Bachchan, Boman Irani, and Rakul Preet Singh in lead roles. Now, the actor is planning his most passionate project yet. According to the reports, it is believed that the budget of this film will be upwards of Rs 400 crores. The actor has made headlines after the media speculated that he will release his biggest project yet and surprised his fans with the news.

Reports reveal that Ajay Devgn has had this subject for a long time in his mind and he has shared his ideas with a bunch of writers who are now trying to turn his ideas into a full-fledged screenplay. The story will involve a lot of VFX and the actor is very excited to explore this world. However, the outcome of the said project depends on how the final output of the script will turn out to be.

However, the project is in the budding stage right now and a lot depends on the Covid-19 scenario and how the cinemas would reopen. The budget for the film right now is around Rs. 400 crores and upwards. It is speculated that Ajay Devgn will shoot his film with YRF. There is a delay in the shooting due to the actor’s tight-packed schedule. The film will be directed by Shiv Rawail and its shooting will commence by 2021 end.

On the work front, Ajay Devgn has other films for his future release Syed Abdul Rahim biopic, Maidaan, Thank God which is the official remake of Kaithi, Chanakya, Rudra, Singham 3 and Golmaal 5 with Rohit Shetty. Ajay Devgn was last seen in movies like Bhuj: The Pride of India, Tanhaji, Drishyam, De De Pyaar De and many others. All his films are heavily anticipated by his fans as she updates his millions of fans with his social media posts and videos.

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