Hrithik Roshan Most Likely To Star In SLB’s ‘Inshallah’, Salman Khan In Sooraj Barjatya’s Next?

When Salman Khan opted out of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Inshallah” opposite Alia Bhatt citing creative differences it broke many a hearts. Although the “Dabangg” actor confirmed that his bonding with Bhansali and his family will continue to remain as it has been always, the two will not be working at least for this venture.

Bhansali who is known to go by his mind has not dropped the idea of producing and directing “Inshallah” and rather is looking out for other stars that would fit the role of Salman. According to recent speculations, the director of “Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam” is planning to discuss his upcoming project with Hrithik Roshan.

At the same time Salman Khan will now be seen in the next venture of Sooraj Barjatya.

Hrithik Meets Sanjay Leela Bhansali

As per the earlier reports, the director had decided to shelve the project after Bhaijjan opted out of “Inshallah.” But very recently when Alia Bhatt and Hrithik Roshan were spotted outside the office of SLB albeit on different timings speculations triggered that the “Black” director might be planning to rope in the “Krissh” superstar for the project.

Hrithik and Sanjay earlier worked together for the movie “Guzaarish” which had Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in a key role. The movie was based on the life of a magician Ethan who becomes a quadriplegic and applies for Euthanasia. Although the movie was not a big hit, it was highly appreciated by the critics with both Aishwarya and Hrithik getting splendid reviews for their outstanding acting.

When the project “Inshallah” was shelved, Alia was quite upset because it was the first time that she was getting a chance to work with superstar Salman Khan. Also, the busy actress is rumored to have refused a prestigious project with Aamir Khan to do a movie with the “Tubelight” actor. But when recently the “Raazi” actress was seen happy and smiling coming out of Bhansali’s office speculations triggered about the beauty still in talks with the director for “Inshallah.”