It is being said that the actor now wants to work with writers from the South film industry
If sources are to be believed, Salman Khan – who has decided to stay away from remakes of South films — is now keen to work with original scripts penned by writers from the South film industry.
Sources say that around two weeks ago, the actor met with film writer KV Vijayendra Prasad. “Prasad narrated a fresh script to him and Salman has given a nod to him for the same,” says the source.
It may be pointed out here that KV Vijayendra Prasad is the father of director SS Rajamouli. Having been a part of the South film industry since 1988, he has scripted around fifteen Telugu films.
Interestingly, Salman’s recently released movie, Jai Ho, was a remake of the South film Stalin. “Salman now wants to work with writers from the South film industry and meeting Vijayendra Prasad is just the right start,” adds the source.
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