News Desk: After postponing his arrival on the occasion of Eid, the 'king' of Dhallywood Shakib Khan is coming back to Bangladesh next week. In a conversation over Whatsapp, the superstar informed that he is booking tickets for the coming week.
"I am actually feeling the urge to comeback as soon as possible," says the actor who has been residing in the USA for more than eight months now. "I couldn't come during Eid, as I had some other commitments in the place."
The "Golui" actor shared that his film is receiving quite a good response in the USA. While talking about the US release of "Golui", Shakib informed that he plans to release the films that he produces, in more continents including the likes of Middle East and Europe. His production house, SK Films, has been registered in the USA.
"Joy loves reading books, and he had already asked me to bring sets of Eric Carle's illustrated books," said Shakib Khan about his beloved son, Abraham Khan Joy.
After coming back, he will complete the shooting for a romantic number from the film, "Leader: Ami E Bangladesh", and he will take up some more projects which are yet to be announced. "For now, I will be saying in Bangladesh, since it is my motherland."
The actor says that the team of "Rajkumar" plans to begin the shoots by the end of this year. It will be shot in the USA and Bangladesh. His co-actor, Courtney Coffey, will also visit Bangladesh within a few weeks, as informs the actor.
Shakib Khan with his co-star American actress and producer Courtney Coffey.
Shakib Khan's production "Maya", which also received a grant, will change its title before the beginning the production. "There is another film with similar title, thus we will change the name of the project," says Shakib Khan. The film will have a separate budget of BDT 2 crores for its animation work only.
On the recent ongoing drama regarding Eid films, Shakib Khan states, "we are all colleagues, and we must respect each other, these unnecessary dramas will not take the industry anywhere," he says. "We should focus of producing good films, rather than demeaning our colleagues."