Salman Khan And Prabhu Deva Next Film To Release On Eid 2020 Release, It’s NOT Titled Radhe

Of late, the internet was buzzing with speculations of Salman Khan and Prabhu Deva reuniting for a film called Radhe; however, Salman Khan has cleared the air on same

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Salman Khan And Prabhu Deva Next Film To Release On Eid 2020 Release, It’s NOT Titled Radhe
There’s no end to all the speculations around as to what will be Salman Khan’s Eid 2020 release. It all started after he exited Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Inshallah that was to co-star Alia Bhatt. While the reasons behind the same are unknown, fans were utterly disappointed after this dream collaboration was shelved forever. Nonetheless, Bhai promised fans that he will indeed come on next Eid, though with a different film. And, recently, the internet was buzzing with rumours that the film in question is Radhe.

However, there’s no truth to such speculations as Salman Khan himself has spilt the beans on his next. In a conversation with Pinkvilla, the Ek Tha Tiger actor revealed that he is indeed reuniting with director Prabhu Deva after Dabangg 3, but not for a film called Radhe. “We (Prabhudheva and I) are doing a film together again. But it is not called 'Radhe'. It will come on Eid.” Ah! Hope this put all the gossips to rest and, now; we can’t for the actor to make an official announcement about the same.


Meanwhile, Salman Khan is currently shooting for Dabangg 3, which is the third instalment of his super hit cop franchise Dabangg. The film also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Saiee Manjrekar, Kiccha Sudeep and Arbaaz Khan in pivotal roles. It is slated to release on December 20, 2019.

In the past, Salman Khan and Prabhu Deva have collaborated fro Wanted and it was a mammoth success at the box-office. So, expectations from both Dabangg 3 and their upcoming untitled film are extremely high.

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