Director D.J. Caruso Wants To End xXx 4 With Bollywood Song and Having Deepika Padukone In It

As we know Deepika Padukone kicked off her Hollywood career from 2017’s xXx: Return of Xander Cage opposite Vin Diesel. The film is directed by D.J. Caruso and also starred Nina Dobrev, Ruby Rose, Samuel L. Jackson, Donnie Yen and Tony Jaa.

Deepika’s character in the film was much talked about as she played the lead Serena Unger and shown some action moves.

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While director D.J. Carus confirms the sequel xXx 4 confirms and when he asked will he feature Deepika in the film, he said, “Oh yes. Yes, meetings next week. Honing in on the story and start dates.”

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I want to end xxx4 with and Bollywood dance song. Led of course by @deepikapadukone. Lungi Dance?? Something new?

D.J. took to Twitter wrote, “I want to end xxx4 with and Bollywood dance song. Led of course by @deepikapadukone. Lungi Dance?? Something new?”

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Before, in the interview, Deepika about xXx: The Return of Xander Cage told, “The female character of this film is so strong. That’s also a reflection of the modern society where women contribute so much more. A few years ago, in the same kind of film, perhaps my character would be the damsel in distress who needs to be rescued. But in this movie, the girl characters are so strong that basically Vin Diesel’s character, Xander, has found his match in my character Serena Unger. This girl is equal to him in every respect. She challenges him, she excites him, she’s smart, intelligent and funny. She can stand up for herself when she needs to and she’s a key player in the group that she represents. These traits are exciting for me. Serena is a representation of what women are in the world today.”

What do you think which Bollywood song should see at the end of the xXx 4?

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