Sanjay Leela Bhansali's much-talked-about film Inshallah which created quite a stir due to Sanjay and Salman Khan coming together after Sawaariya and the second this was to see a fresh new pair that was Alia Bhatt and Salman Khan. However, the dream to see them onscreen was crushed when the makers announced that film got shelved. As soon as the makers broke this news in the media, Twitteratis were taken aback with this sudden change of events. Just when people were hoping that the film might be happening, Salman Khan confirmed and made it loud and clear that the actor is no more a part of Inshallah. 

During IIFA awards night, which was held last night, when asked Salman about Inshallah, Khan, without taking time, said that he's not the film. He said, "Inshallah nahi bann rahi hai, mere saath toh nahi bann rahi hai."Currently, Inshallah is not being made. It's not being made with me." Watch the video: 

Meanwhile, Salman even introduced his second leading lady Saiee Manjerkar at IIFA gala-night. Though it was earlier reported that Salman is trying to keep Saiee's look under wraps but bringing her at the award night, Dabangg Khan has surely created some sparked that is currently making headlines. 

Talking about the night, performers like Katrina Kaif, Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan and Salman Khan have set the stage on fire with their ultimate hot numbers. They did nothing but were a complete crowd-pleaser. On the other hand, Alia Bhatt, Ranveer Singh, Vicky Kaushal, Aditi Rao Hydari, Ishaan Khatter, Sara Ali Khan, filmmaker Sriram Raghavan and others were scoring winning trophies in their respective categories. Ms Bhatt won Best Actress award for Raazi while Ranveer bagged Best Actor Award for Padmaavat. Ayushmann Khurrana’s Andhadhun ruled the nominations list in most of the categories and it even won a handful of awards.

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