Milan Luthria to wear the director's hat for Suniel Shetty's son Ahan Shetty's debut film

Suniel Shetty's son Ahan Shetty's debut film to be directed by Milan Luthria. The film is a Hindi remake of Telugu hit RX 100

Milan Luthria Milan Luthria to wear the director's hat for Suniel Shetty's son Ahan Shetty's debut film Source : Press

Flying under the wings of a reputed director aids a good beginning of the debutante actor's odyssey to Bollywood. With a wave of star kids getting a platform in Bollywood without undergoing the grind, Suniel Shetty's son Ahan Shetty joins the bandwagon.

As reported earlier, the star kid is all set to embark upon his acting debut in Bollywood under the Nadiadwala Grandson banner. Now, the latest drop of buzz suggests that Milan Luthria has been signed to direct Ahan's debut film, which is the Hindi remake of the Telugu hit RX 100. An official confirmation about the same from Nadiadwala Grandson production was surfaced in their official social media handle, which stated, "A great journey is about to begin! Another step for Ahan Shetty's debut, welcoming the new member Milan Luthria to the NGE Family."

Talking about wearing the director's hat for the remake, Milan Luthria said to a leading daily, "Remaking a cult film like "RX100" will be thrilling for me for more than one reason. First, it marks the debut of the charismatic Ahan Shetty. Next, it's a riveting and haunting story ripe for a remake. And of course, it has Sajid as the producer - the perfect support a director can ask for. It goes without saying that I can't wait to embark on this journey that promises to be challenging and exciting at the same time."

Commenting about the alliance with the director, Sajid Nadiadwala said, "I am very happy that Milan will be directing Ahan. Action and drama are his forte, and I am confident that Ahan is in safe hands. We strongly believe in empowering upcoming talent. I have seen Ahan grow and I feel he is ready now. Whenever I have launched a new talent, I have taken complete responsibility, like I am launching my own kid."