Come New Year, and people draw up a long list of things to do. But looks like for Salman Khan, his 2013 calendar is already choc-o-bloc with a series of his future film projects. And Sajid Nadiadwala’s directorial debut is one among the many. Salman has officially confirmed that he will start shooting for Nadiadwala’s Hindi remake of a South film next year as soon as his film with Sohail Khan gets over. Sohail’s film is targeted to hit the theatres during Eid.
Our source says, “Ever since Kick has been announced and Sajid took over the reins as the director from Shirish Kunder, the film has been in news. There have been various rumours floating in the trade suggesting that the film has been shelved. There was also buzz that all is not well between Sajid and Salman. The two have been friends for many years and Salman is very charged up about his close friend directing a film for the first time.”
Salman says, “After Dabangg’s sequel releases I will start work on Sajid’s film around April-May next year.” Incidentally Salman has committed to a couple of other films too but is keen that he also starts work on his close friend and mentor Sooraj Barjatya’s film soon.
Salman says, “There is the sequel of No Entry and Ramesh Taurani’s film which are being planned. Barjatya is working on the script.” Meanwhile the actor apparently is also looking for a suitable script to produce under his banner Being Human. Looks like 2013 is going to be another busy year for Sallu.