DABANGG 3For many decades, Bollywood fans were accustomed to seeing serious policewalas on screen, but Salman Khan changed it all with his chulbul antics in the 2010 film Dabangg.
If his aviators slung over the back collar of his shirt were proof of his swag, his one-liners made him the perfect wisecrack on 70mm.
According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, Sajid Nadiadwala has been secretly busy working on the script for some time, and the sequel will kick off in 2019.
With an array of projects in his kitty, he has some meaty roles on offer. The film which has been in news for long has finally got a green signal from Salman.
If he is set to play a manchild in Tubelight, he will put on his dancing shoes for Remo D'Souza's yet-to-be-titled film. The actor will be a part of the sequel which is set for a Christmas 2019 release.
And rumour has it that Salman Khan will put on his dancing shoes for the film.
However, Dharmesh Yelande, who has worked with Remo D'Souza in both the ABCD films, told PTI that Salman hasn't been approached for ABCD 3.
Salman plays Laxman, the village simpleton, who fights against all odds to rescue his brother (Sohail Khan) after he gets captured beyond Chinese borders during the 1962 Sino-Indian war.
TIGER ZINDA HAIIt's not every day that we get to see ex-lovers romancing on screen, but thanks to Ali Abbas Zafar, that will happen soon.In fact, there is a different film that Salman has been approached for... Well, it is for the first time that Salman will work with Remo in a film, and we cannot wait to see them create magic on screen.UPDATED: Sridevi Kapoor, best known by her mononym Sridevi and a major Bollywood star, died Saturday night in UAE as a result of accidental drowning after she lost consciousness in a bathtub. Her brother-in-law confirmed her death to the Indian Express, with the Dubai Police releasing the cause of death after initial reports indicated cardiac arrest. If his masala flicks have earned him the title of Dabangg Khan, his good-boy image on screen has melted many hearts in the recent past.His fan base includes someone like a 5-year-old kid and an 80-year-old woman. Unstoppable at 51, Salman is busy belting out hits after hits.Her success led to other regional actresses like Jaya Prada to follow her to Bollywood.