Raj Kapoor | Hrithik Roshan | Bollywood | Akshay Kumar SHARE AND DISCUSS Tweet Kabir Sadanand to make a film on Abid Surti's cult comic hero; Hrithik, Akki, SRK allegedly eyeing the dream role You have probably grown up reading about his adventures. And now you can see him on the silver screen. Director Kabir Sadanand, after making the critically acclaimed film Tum Milo Toh Sahi, is all set to recreate the cult comic hero Bahadur in his next. Titled Bahadur vs Bahadur, the film will be based on Abid Surti's famous Indrajal comic. Bahadur has been a much sought after literary figure in Bollywood. Many filmmakers including the late Raj Kapoor had shown keen interest in translating Surti's 1970's comic hero into a Bollywood star. And now, Bahadur will finally grace the theatres in the film to be made under director Kabir's own production banner Frog Unlimited. In fact, Kabir has already registered the title Bahadur vs Bahadur with the association. Confirming the news, Kabir Sadanand told Mumbai Mirror, "Bahadur has been a character that has always inspired me. I am making a film on him. However, it is too early to talk about the project just yet. We will be in a better position to talk about the film within a couple of months." According to sources from the industry, A-list actors Hrithik Roshan , Akshay Kumar and even Shah Rukh Khan have shown keen interest in being a part of Kabir's new venture. "However, Kabir is busy with another film at the moment and will start working on Bahadur vs Bahadur only next year," added the source. Mumbai Mirror has learnt that the film, as the title suggests, will be a confrontation between Bahadur and a Bahadur imposter. Who is Bahadur? Bahadur, was a comic book hero published by Indrajal Comics and created by Aabid Surti in 1976. The comics were published in various languages including Hindi, English and Bengali. The series focused on dacoity, which was at its worst in India in 1970s. The plot revolved around Bahadur, the son of a dacoit Vairab Singh, who died in a combat with the Police. Incidentally, Bahadur, then a teenager, was adopted by Vishal, the police officer who shot Vairab Singh.