|Directed by||Shekhar Kapur|
|Starring|| Aamir Khan |
Time Machine is an unfinished Bollywood science-fiction film which was in production in 1992 and was directed by Shekhar Kapur. The film's cast included Aamir Khan, Rekha, Naseeruddin Shah, Raveena Tandon, Gulshan Grover and Vijay Anand. After three-fourths of the film's shooting was completed, it was shelved due to financial constraints and Kapur's departure to the U.S.In 2008, Shekhar Kapur announced he would attempt to revive the film with a new cast but this never materialised.
The film was said to be based on the Hollywood hit time-travel film Back to the Future .Aamir Khan was to play the leading character who goes back in time from the 1990s to the 1960s and meets his parents (played by Naseeruddin Shah & Rekha) before they ever met. Vijay Anand was cast as the scientist who invents the time machine. Raveena Tandon was cast as the love interest. Gulshan Grover and Amrish Puri were cast in other roles. It also credited that H.G. Wells’s book The Time Machine was also influential to the movie.https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0920229/otherworks?ref =nm pdt wrk sm
Shekhar Kulbhushan Kapur is an Indian filmmaker, actor, television presenter and entrepreneur. Born into the Anand-Sahni family, Kapur is the recipient of several accolades, including a National Film Award, a National Board of Review Award and three Filmfare Awards, in addition to nominations for a BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe Award.
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The following is a list of unproduced Shekhar Kapur projects. During his long career, Indian director Shekhar Kapur has worked on a number of projects which never progressed beyond the pre-production stage under his direction. Some of these projects fell in "development hell" or were officially canceled, some were turned over to other production teams, and still others never made it past the speculative stage.