Buzz is that superstar Salman Khan will be seen in another Yash Raj film very soon. Post Ek Tha Tiger, rumours started floating that the actor is a part of another YRF project, reports Mid-Day.
Apparently, Salman Khan has even given his nod to the script and the film will be directed
Bollywood actor Salman Khan in Sector 63 to distribute certificates to students who passed from Career Development Centre, in Noida, India, on Friday, February 15, 2012. Being Human foundation joined hands with Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt Ltd (HCCBPL) to scale up Career Development Centre (CDC), an initiative to empower rural, educated and underserved youth.(HT Photo)
by Ali Abbas Zafar.
A source told the daily, "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.”
Although contrary to the reports, a YRF spokesperson told Mid-Day: “Ali is currently shooting Gunday and has nothing else planned for now.”
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(With additional inputs)