Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

The union of Salman Khan and Sooraj Barjatya has brought some of the biggest blockbusters of Hindi cinema. The journey started with 'Maine Pyar Kiya' with which Salman achieved stardom. The duo also teamed up for 'Hum Aapke Hain Koun', 'Hum Saath Saath Hain', and the last 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo'. Now, the duo is reuniting for a massive project after 'Prem Ki Shaadi' got shelved. 

As per the recent reports, Sooraj and Salman are collaborating for a new project soon which will be on a grand scale with promises of something massive. 

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Pinkvilla quoted a source as saying, "Sooraj Barjatya and Salman Khan are working towards and looking forward to a bigger vision and large-scale project. Sooraj Barjatya is directing a film before he collaborates with the superstar and, as we all know, Salman has a packed schedule for the next 26 months."

If the recent reports are anything to go by, Sooraj and Salman will be teaming up for the fifth time after a hiatus of 8 years. 

Notably, earlier, reports were abuzz that the magnificent duo will be again teaming up for 'Prem Ki Shaadi' which filled excitement among all. Even the ace director confirmed the same after which anticipation among all skyrocketed. However, things didn't fall into place as expected. Sooraj and Salman disagreed on different aspects. While the movie was all set to go on floors this year, it has been shelved. However, a report in Midday claimed that Sooraj is planning to revive the project and rework the script with Varun Dhawan and Ranveer Singh in mind.

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On the work front, Salman teamed up with Karan Johar for 'The Bull'. While Shershaah helmer Vishnuvardhan will be directing the movie inspired by a real incident, reports are abuzz that Sallu is also prepping for Dabangg 4. And, the fans anticipating for Salman-Sooraj project may have to wait a longer until 2026.