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Dhawan wants to make a sequel to Partner

Now that Partner has been declared a hit, David Dhawan is all set to make a sequel to the film and would name it either Tom & Jerry or Carry On, Partner.

india Updated: Jul 25, 2007 13:24 IST

Now that Partner has been declared a hit, David Dhawan is more determined than ever to do a sequel and says that it will be called either Tom & Jerry or Carry On, Partner.

The director is an expert in making laugh riots and the recent examples of his command over comedy are Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya and Mujhse Shaadi Karogi. His latest movie has got an overwhelming response.

"I had decided on a sequel even before the Partner release. Now, of course, audiences will kill us if we don't oblige. It's too early to say what kind of a sequel it will be. But Govinda and Salman will be back together," David told IANS.

Salman recently said it may be called Tom & Jerry.

"Why not? We could very well call it Tom & Jerry. Or we could call it Carry On, Partner," David said.

The director is delighted by the response to Partner.

"It's an unqualified success across from Kanyakumari to Bihar. And second-day collections are even better than the first."

"I knew people would love Salman-Govinda jodi. But to this extent! People are going crazy over the honeymoon climax... Actually, it's a bonus climax after the other wedding climax in the film."