Salman Khan's next with Ali Abbas Zafar after Tiger Zinda Hai, to be named Bharat?
After the film, Tiger Zinda Hai, Salman Khan and director Ali Abbas Zafar are speculated to venture into their next project titled Bharat.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is on a roll these days with one film lined up after another. Currently his film Tubelight, directed by Kabir Khan, is currently running at the box-offices across the world. Although, the numbers are not close to what Khan's films usually open with.
The actor has been, of late, busy with the shooting his next film Tiger Zinda Hai directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. It is a sequel to the 2012 super-hit film Ek Tha Tiger which was directed by Kabir Khan. The film starred Salman along with Katrina Kaif, and revolved around the love story of two cross-border spies who fall in love during a mission.
Salman Khan was shooting in Abu Dhabi for the new film and speaking to follo.in, he said, "Tiger Zinda Hai is a film of sizeable scale and context. Abu Dhabi, with a variety of locations, and gracious hosts, is ideal to shoot a film like this one. I hope that the entire unit will enjoy our time here."
According to a report by Filmfare, there are speculations that Salman is about to collaborate once again with his brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri and filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar. Apparently, the film’s title has also been finalised as Bharat. The film is still in the ideation phase and the makers are working on the theme of the film.
This will be Salman's third collaboration with Zafar, as the duo have previously worked on Sultan and the upcoming Tiger Zinda Hai.
However, no official confirmation has come from either the actor or the director.
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