" The kind of success, fans and the work they have done, just to see them together will be something, which generations and generations will cherish. So if I get a chance to make a short film, it will be with them, he added."
Mumbai, Aug 20 - Ranbir Kapoor, who had earlier talked about making a short film on the life of his grandfather and legendary actor-filmmaker Raj Kapoor, has dropped the idea. Now he plans to make it with the three Khans.

Encapsulating Raj Kapoor's life in a short film is next to impossible, therefore, the young star plans to make a short film on the three Khans of Bollywood - Shah Rukh, Salman Khan and Aamir - where the three will sit together and simply talk.

After I said that, I began to think that a short film would be too small to tell about his (Raj Kapoor) life, it will take me 500 hours to do it,the 31-year-old said here Tuesday.

But then I also began thinking on whom can I make a short film. Then I thought about an eight-minute short film where Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan are sitting on a couch and only talking, Ranbir said here Tuesday.

He was speaking at an event to announce his association with Saavn, a US-based digital music company.

The kind of success, fans and the work they have done, just to see them together will be something, which generations and generations will cherish. So if I get a chance to make a short film, it will be with them, he added.

Ranbir has returned after shooting for the first schedule of Tamasha. He will soon start shooting for the next schedule of Jagga Jasoos.


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