Salman Khan movies are celebrated like a festival since his movies always come during Eid, guess, now you know why there’s so much craze whenever Bhai announces his new releases in the media. Just sometime back, he announced his next big-budget film Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali, leaving his fans into a frenzy. But the latest news we have will definitely pump your excitement to another level as we have heard that Salman Khan’s Kick 2 is happening for real. That’s right! We know that Kick 2 has been in the making since inception and so far, no official announcement has been made but the director of the film, Sajid Nadiadwala has confirmed the same to PTI.
The director was quoted saying to the portal that they have started writing this film and we will start working on the shoot dates. Kick 2 will happen in December 2021 as he is in a process to finish writing the script. "I had started writing this film even before I started with Kick 2. Salman and I are collaborating after six years and it feels just like our Judwaa days back then. Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali is a film with a very different approach and we are sure the audience will love to see Salman in the avatar we have planned," the filmmaker said in a statement. ALSO READ: Kick 2: Salman Khan Continues To Be Devil; Jacqueline Fernandez To Be His Love Interest Again
The statement further added, "We are yet to lock the female co-star post which we will start working on the shoot dates. Kick 2 will happen in December 2021, I am in a process to finish writing the script.” ALSO READ: "Salman Khan And I Are Not Coming With Kick 2 On Eid 2020," Filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwala Confirms- EXCLUSIVE
Apart from Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali and Kick 2, the Dabangg 3 actor has Sohail Khan’s Sher Khan and Prabhudheva’s Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai which also stars Disha Patani in lead roles.
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