Salman Khan and Bajrangi Bhaijaan fame director Kabir Khan are supposedly collaborating for a film. Sources say it will be a social-dramatization, a classification the hotshot has been slanted to chip away at.
The yet-to-be-titled venture, which was scheduled to release in October, will now start this June, reported the Asian Age. Salman is taking a gander at wrapping up “Sultan” shoot by May as he won’t have the capacity to offer time to it June onwards.
Despite the fact that the news of the actor-director holding hands for the third time — they worked in “Ek Tha Tiger” and “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” — isn’t affirmed yet, Kabir said he would make another film with the 50-year-old Bollywood actor.
“Salman will be giving more time to Sultan and finish the shoot in May because after this he has to start Kabir Khan’s next as that releases on Eid next year,” an insider reported to the leading daily.
The cast and team were to fly off to another country for a melody shoot, yet because of absence of time they have now settled with areas in and around Punjab.
Elsewhere in the world, “Sultan” is an appreciated takeoff from what Salman has enjoyed in the course of recent years (“Bajrangi Bhaijaan” is a special case). He has discarded the typical song dance action routine for a part that will see him article the life of a wrestler based out of Haryana.
In spite of the fact that the Ali Abbas Zafar directorial falls in the action drama classification, it likewise highlights a sentimental point. Anushka Sharma, who has prepared with expert wrestlers for her part in film, plays Salman’s adoration intrigue.
While Kabir is chipping away at his scripts, Salman and Hrithik are set to have a bustling year ahead. The 50-year-old star is occupied with Ali Abbas Zafar’s “Sultan,” which stars Anushka Sharma as his love intrigue. The group is taking a gander at wrapping up the activity show by May. Booked for an Eid release, the film may conflict with Shah Rukh Khan’s “Raees.”
It would be a great battle to watch in between the two Khans.