Still open to do Southern remakes: Salman Khan

  • IANS, Mumbai
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  • Updated: Jan 31, 2014 20:29 IST
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    When Armaan Malik, nephew of Anu Malik, launched his first music album, Salman Khan was there to do the honours. Sporting a French beard, the ...

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    Salman launches Armaan Malik's album.

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    Salman Khan with Arman Malik at the latter's album launch in Mumbai.

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    Post Jai Ho, Salman Khan sports a French beard as he arrives for an album launch (PTI images).

Superstar Salman Khan's recent release Jai Ho, a hindi remake of Southern film Stalin, may have received mixed response at the box office but that doesn't mean that he has lost interest in the genre.

Post the release of Jai Ho, there were reports that Salman is no longer keen on working in Southern remakes but the 48-year-old denied this by saying: "Who said I will not do any Southern remake? Did I say that? No."

"Whenever a good remake will come up I will do it," he added.

So far, Salman has worked in four Southern remakes including Wanted, Bodyguard and Ready. While these three raked in hefty amounts, Jai Ho managed to pull in approximately Rs 61 crore in the opening weekend of it's release.

However Salman emphasised that his next films will have new to give to the audience.

"All my next films are of different kinds," said the superstar who will be next seen in Kick, being directed by Sajid Nadiadwala.

 

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