Months after the release of Ek Tha Tiger comes the buzz that the star will do another project with the late Yash Chopra’s production house.
Apparently Sallu has already heard out the script and has given a go-ahead for the project, to be helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar.
A source says, “Contrary to the recent speculation that Salman had issues with Aditya Chopra’s banner and that he won’t be working with them again, rumours are that he will be doing one more film with them. Zafar had also directed Mere Brother Ki Dulhan and is currently helming Gunday for the banner.”
Insiders say the film will go on the floors only next year as Salman’s timetable has films by Ramesh Taurani and Sajid Nadiadwala on priority. The official spokesperson of YRF says, “Ali is currently shooting Gunday and has nothing else planned for now.”
Sallu remained unavailable for comment.
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