Salman Khan Still In The State Of Dilemma For Sister Alvira Produced Projects ‘Black Tiger’ And ‘Veteran’ – FIND OUT WHYमनोरंजन/ एंटरटेनमेंट
Salman Khan has opened up on his state of dilemma for sister Alvira. his sister has produced several films like black tiger and veteran. read on to know more
Salman Khan remains one of the most popular actors in Hindi cinema, and the superstar is spoiled for choice when it comes to offers. The superstar has a long list of blockbusters and record-breaking films to his credit during his more than 30-year career. And he has a lot of exciting projects lined up for the next few years, including Tiger 3, Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali, No Entry 2, Dabangg 4, the sequel to Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and more. Now, as per the latest report, Salman has got another movie produced by sister Alvira Agnihotri with her husband Atul Agnihotri in his kitty.
According to reports, the duo has presented the superstar with three options, two of which are remakes of ‘Black Tiger’ and ‘Veteran.’ Salman has yet to decide which of these three projects he will work on. Salman has a full schedule until mid-2023, according to the report. By the end of the year, he’ll have decided on the project he’ll work on in the second half of 2023.
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Fans want the superstar to do Black Tiger next, but he is undecided about the project and has yet to give it his blessing. “He’s scheduled for the middle of 2023, and by the end of this year, he’ll have decided what to do later that year. It could be Black Tiger, Veteran, or something completely different ” according to the sources
Recently, Lara Dutta revealed some hilarious anecdotes about her former co-stars Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan. She said in an interview that one thing about Khan hasn’t changed. He still calls her after midnight. “Salman only wakes up at that time, and I only receive his calls at that time,”
Salman will next be seen opposite Katrina Kaif in Yash Raj Films’ Tiger 3, which is billed as Bollywood’s biggest action film. The film is nearing completion, with only one outdoor schedule remaining in Delhi.