Salman Khan To Challenge Mahesh Babu Once Again!
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It is very likely that Bollywood Superstar Salman Khan might again be moving towards Southern Film industry for his next project. Rumours are making rounds that the Bhaijaan is planning to remake Mahesh Babu’s recently released ‘Maharshi’.
If the reports are to be believed then fans of the South star and Bollywood Bhaijaan will once again get a chance to compare the role of the duo. Earlier, Salman Khan was seen in the Hindi remake of Mahesh Babu’s super duper hit movie ‘Pokri’, ‘Wanted’ which dominated the box office for months.
According to media reports, Salman had planned to watch the film with ‘Dabangg 3’ director, Prabhudheva and team. There are speculations that the screening is a sign of Salman’s plans to create the film’s Hindi remake. Tamil actor Thalapathy Vijay has already announced to remake ‘Maharshi’ in Tamil. It all depends on Bhaijaan’s choice whether he will take up the film. There are further reports that if Salman remakes the film, South Director Dil Raju will be roped in.
Meanwhile, ‘Maharshi’ that hit the theaters yesterday has got good response with critics appreciating Mahesh Babu. He has carried the entire film on his shoulders. His dual avatar, i.e. transformation from a NRI tycoon to a social reformer who raises his voice for farmers and even works with them in the field brings out a strong message of social responsibility, say critics.
On the other hand, Bhaijaan is currently busy shooting for his upcoming film Dabangg 3. After completing shooting in Madhya Pradesh, the crew is presently in Mumbai. The Dabangg star was also spotted at the Ghats of Narmada during the shooting the title song of the film. The film is scheduled to release on December 20, 2019.
Apart from Dabangg 3, Salman Khan’s ‘Bharat’ is also awaiting its release on June 5. The actor recently released a new song from the film, titled ‘Aithey Aa’ alongside Katrina Kaif. ‘Bharat’ will reportedly feature Salman Khan in five different looks in different decades.