Mumbai: Actor Shahid Kapoor says he is yet to take a call on doing the Hindi remake of Telegu hit `Magadheera`.
Gossip mills were abuzz that filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwala had bought rights of S S Rajamouli`s 2009 Telugu hit film `Magadheera` and Shahid liked the concept.
Shahid is likely to step into actor Ram Charan`s shoes in the Hindi remake.
When asked about it, Shahid chose to play safe and said, "I saw the film and I liked it a lot. Whether I will do it or not.. The official announcement will be made later on."
The 33-year-old actor was speaking to reporters at a promotional event of his upcoming film `Haider`.
`Magadheera`, a historical romance, is a story of bike stunt man who recalls his previous life as a warrior in love with a princess.
Meanwhile, reports suggest that Shahid is again going to share screen space with his father Pankaj Kapur in Vikas Bhal`s `Shandaar`.
The `Kaminey` star however, expressed complete ignorance about it and said, "Is it.. I don`t know. Dad has not told me about it yet. I am not aware about it."
Shahid is quite excited and is eagerly waiting to see his father`s upcoming film `Finding Fanny`.
"I want to see any film which my father is part of.. so that I can learn about acting from him. He looks amazing in it (`Finding Fanny`). I am looking forward to see the film. I am very happy that he is doing something funny, comic and very shocking character like this," he added.