While Salman Khan already has a long line up of films to release in the coming couple of years, he was also supposed to be a part of his brother Sohail Khan’s directorial venture Sher Khan. Now, grapevine has that the film that was supposed to go on floors in 2020 is now pushed to 2022, and below is all you need to know about the same.
For the unversed, Salman’s movie Sher Khan to be directed by Sohail, is a fantasy film inspired by Tarzan’s jungle adventure. The film will have Salman Khan play the central character with lots of animals in the team. The film which was touted to go on floors this year, won’t make it to its deadline and is now reportedly pushed to 2022.
Talking about the reason, a source close to Bollywood Hungama said, “It’s really very simple. Bhai is not completely happy with the script. Sohail has gone back to the storyboard at least three times. But Bhai is still not satisfied. Salman wants Sher Khan to be a game changer in the action genre.”
Meanwhile, Sohail is also keen on working on the script as many times as Salman wants.“Sohail is okay with re-working the Sher Khan script as many times as required. He too wants Sher Khan to be a landmark in the action genre and in Salman’s career. Salman was supposed to start Sher Khan this year. But has now allotted those dates to his friend Sajid Nadiadwala for Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali,” the source added.
Apart from Sher Khan, Salman also has Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai and Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali in his kitty.