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Kabir Khan to direct Salman Khan again?

Salman Khan who is currently basking on the success of his last release Dabangg 3 is all set to ...
Kabir Khan to direct Salman Khan again?

Salman Khan who is currently basking on the success of his last release Dabangg 3 is all set to collaborate with Kabir Khan for a film. According to a report in Mumbai Mirror the superstar has already met his 'Ek Tha Tiger' a couple of times discussing about their next collaboration. Kabir has apparently narrated few ideas to Salman which the superstar has liked but is awaiting more details from the director whose last film 'Tubelight' with Salman was a flop.

A source close to the development told the daily, “Kabir has narrated some ideas to Salman, which the latter is excited about, but he is waiting for the final narration.” It further adds that Kabir Khan will start scripting his next film only after the release of his upcoming sports drama ’83 with Ranveer Singh. “There would be absolute clarity around Kabir and Salman’s film by June, once there is some movement to translate the discussed idea into a screenplay,” the source revealed. 

If everything falls into place this will be there fourth film together after 'Ek Tha Tiger', 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', and 'Tubelight.' There were reports of a fallout between the two after their debacle of their last project together. Meanwhile, Salman will be next seen in Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai which is produced by Salman Khan Films. The film which is helmed by Prabhudeva also stars Disha Patani, Jackie Shroff, and Randeep Hooda in key roles. The makers of the film are planning to release the movie during Eid 2020. The shooting of the film is currently underway. 

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