Marvel Studios’s most anticipated film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has created a huge wave across India and audiences are rushing to book their tickets. Its bumper advance bookings 30 days before release- making this the first-ever such advance for any Hollywood release. While everyone is excited to watch Benedict Cumberbatch take you on a rollercoaster ride into the multiverse with Elizabeth Olsen, we wonder which Bollywood actor would be the perfect match if the film was made in India.
Shah Rukh Khan as Doctor Strange
Dr. Stephen Strange, who is witty, charming and an extremely gifted surgeon could be played perfectly by Bollywood’s Badshah Shah Rukh Khan. The superstar has the right attitude to serve as the Sorcerer Supreme.
Kiara Advani as Wanda Maximoff
The humble person with the power to harness chaos magic, engage in telepathy and alter reality, the young actress Kiara Advani would make a perfect Wanda. Kiara portrays her generosity and stunning acting skills on the screen which m would make her the perfect match.
Anushka Sharma as Christine Palmer
As the love interest of Doctor Strange, Christine Palmer’s character of strong-headed counterpart would be played perfectly by leggy lass Anushka Sharma.
Arshad Warsi as Wong
The quirk that Wong brings to the screen with his impeccable knowledge can only and only be pulled off by Arshad Warsi. The actor has time and again added a fresh twist to each of his characters and just thinking about it gets us excited to see Arshad as Wong.
Vicky Kaushal as Baron Mordo
Vicky Kaushal has the potential to carry out the serious role of Baron Mordo, and it would be interesting to see the chemistry between Shah Rukh and Vicky.
Alia Bhatt as America Chavez
Alia Bhatt will fit the bill perfectly to play a character that can travel through the multiverse, and a new introduction to MCU, America Chavez. Her youthfulness and the skill of transforming herself into any character would add to the character.
Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness in theatres in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam on May 6, 2022