Salman Khan confirms he'll work on Hindi remake of Korean film Veteran, after Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Inshallah

Salman Khan, who is currently promoting Notebook, will first be filming Dabangg 3, then Inshallah alongside Alia Bhatt and then will begin working on the Hindi adaption of Korean hit film Veteran

Press Trust of India March 25, 2019 10:47:30 IST
Salman Khan confirms he'll work on Hindi remake of Korean film Veteran, after Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Inshallah

Mumbai: Superstar Salman Khan has confirmed that he will be starring in the Hindi adaptation of another hit Korean film, Veteran.

Salman Khan confirms hell work on Hindi remake of Korean film Veteran after Sanjay Leela Bhansalis Inshallah

Salman Khan, Veteran poster (right). Images from Facebook

The actor, who is currently awaiting the release of Bharat, which is also an official remake of 2014 Korean drama Ode to My Father, said his brother-in-law, actor-producer Atul Agnihotri, has acquired the rights of Veteran. 

The 2015 Korean film revolves around a detective, who hunts down a young and successful man running a crime syndicate.

"I am doing Veteran. Atul has the rights. It's a nice film. We will do this film after Sanjay Leela Bhansali's film," Salman said in an interview in Mumbai.

The 53-year-old superstar will start working on the third installment of Dabangg, followed by Bhansali's Inshallah, that will see him teaming up with Alia Bhatt for the first time.

Salman is currently busy promoting his home production film Notebook featuring newcomers Zaheer Iqbal and Pranutan Bahl. It releases on 29 March.

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