Salman to make cameo in Bodyguard producer's next film?
After the success of the 2010 film Bodyguard, producer Atul Agnihotri is busy working on a political satire. He says he is planning to rope in his brother-in-law, actor Salman Khan for a guest appearance in the new movie
Mumbai: After the success of the 2010 film Bodyguard, producer Atul Agnihotri is busy working on a political satire. He says he is planning to rope in his brother-in-law, actor Salman Khan for a guest appearance in the new movie, which is yet to be titled.
"We are designing something special for Salman Khan in this film, but nothing has been finalised yet. Salman is aware of this film as he was involved with it from the script level. He is very happy with the script," Agnihotri, who is married to Salman's sister Alvira, told IANS.
"Let us see how things fall in place. Once we get a confirmation, only then I can talk about it," he added.
Agnihotri considers Salman as his lucky mascot and had cast him in his earlier projects like "Dil Ne Jise Apna Kahaa", "Hello" and "Bodyguard". In "Hello", Salman had a cameo.
For his new project, the director says he has cast fresh faces.
"This film is a political satire and the script demanded a fresh cast. We finished the first schedule in New Delhi in October. The second schedule will be shot in Mumbai soon," he said.
Agnihotri turned producer in 2008 with "Hello", and later he produced the blockbuster "Bodyguard", which turned out to be a blockbuster.
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