WWE Contestant Great Khali To Do A Hollywood Film

WWE World Heavyweight Champion, The Great Khali whose actual name is name Dalip Singh Rana might soon star in some forthcoming Hollywood movies. The offers incorporate Back Home, a Hollywood film venture which he is truly thinking to consider him.

WWE Contestant Great Khali To Do A Hollywood Film

“The producers have also sent the script which I have not read so far. I will accept the project if the fees offered meets my expectations,” The Great Khali said.

WWE Contestant Great Khali To Do A Hollywood Film

WWE Contestant Great Khali To Do A Hollywood Film

Khali said that he is quick to act in movies to fulfill his fans, as they need him to see on screen. He said that he has been offered various roles however he will just consider a couple.

“I am visiting America one month from now. I will meet the producer in the wake of perusing the script,” The Great Khali said. Khali is at present in Jalandhar where he runs a wrestling foundation in Kangliwala town.

Khali turned into a US resident in 2014 and he lives with his wife and 1.5-year-old little girl in Houston. He claims an alcohol business in the US which is being taken care of by his sibling.

The famous wrestler is not new to Hollywood. He had missed the Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone co-starer Escape Plan in 2013 because of his WWE contract confinements. He was prescribed by Sylvester Stallone for the part which despite everything he misses.

He had additionally showed up in The Longest Yard (2005), Get Smart (2008), and MacGruber (2010), other than showing up in the NBC series Outsourced and the Disney Channel series Pair of Kings. He likewise acted in two Hindi movies – Kushti and Rama: The Savior.

Khali hails from Ghiraina town in Sirmour region, Himachal Pradesh. Subsequent to having filled in as a worker in numerous parts of Himachal Pradesh, 7.1 ft tall Khali was initially seen by a Punjab cop who took him to Punjab and selected him to the power. He turned into a wrestler and later moved to the US.