Filmmaker Sidharth Anand says the Hindi remake of Rambo with Tiger Shroff is taking time as it requires a lot of preparation for action sequences. There were reports that the project was shelved but Anand says it is in the pipeline.”…while Tiger and I were working on these things, another film with YRF came into the picture. For the first lead, we felt Hrithik Roshan was an apt choice. For the second lead I bounced the idea to Tiger,” Anand said. (ALSO READ: Tiger Shroff Thanks Fans For The Stupendous Success Of Baaghi 2 – See Video ) Also Read - Kangana Ranaut Takes a Dig at Hrithik Roshan After BMC Mayor Calls Her 'Do Takke Ke Log'

“I told him that if we do this film now, we will have to push Rambo. And we both agreed that we give a little bit of more time to prepare (for Rambo). As soon as the shoot of YRF film is over, Anand says, the work will begin on Rambo. The initial plan is to make Rambo into a franchise, but that can happen only if the part one does well, he says. “We need to bring the first film out and then see if the audience wants to watch more of this character or not. It will go on floors by 2019 end and release in 2020,” he says. Also Read - Disha Patani Flaunts Her Killer Dance Moves to Cardi B And Megan Thee Stallion's WAP, Video Goes Viral

Anand’s last outing was action film, Bang Bang. Prior to that, he directed romantic films like Salaam Namaste, Ta Ra Rum Pum, Bachna Ae Haseeno and Anjaana Anjaani. “I have always been a romantic-comedy director. But my last film ‘Bang Bang’ was action and it changed the perception of me as a director. Now I am known as an action director and I am enjoying that. I try to push the envelope as much as I can for the action sequences and bring aesthetics,” he says. Also Read - Ganapath Motion Poster Out: Tiger Shroff Leaves Fans Excited With His Striking New Look

Anand has made his TV debut as a judge on Zee TV’s popular dance reality show DID Li’L Masters alongside Chitrangda Singh and choreographer Marzi Pestonji. The director says it was a ‘no-brainer’ for him to give a nod to the show as DID is the mother of all dance reality shows. “It is the first time that a director would be judging the show. Since its inception, the show has been judged by choreographers.”