After the success of Badlapur, we hear that filmmaker Sriram Raghavan is completely immersed into adapting the book 'The Accidental Apprentice' into a film. Though the details of that film are still unannounced, the director has decided to go ahead and adapt yet another novel into a film. Script writer turned author Sheeja Jose's novel 'Gone With The Bullet' will now turn into a Bollywood film directed by Sriram Raghavan.
The novel that deals with an unconventional story of an 18 year old and her love for a 40 year old was initially a script that was presented to Sujoy Ghosh. According to Sheeja, when the deal with Sujoy fell through, she decided to make it into a book. The author also further revealed that the book is inspired from several true incidents but is presented in a fictional manner.
While there has been no confirmation on the actors who will be playing the role, Sheeja expressed her desire to see Alia Bhatt and Akshay Kumar as protagonists.