Salman Khan and director Rajkumar Santoshi are reuniting for a film after over two decades. Apparently, both are making sure that their collaboration not just works but does magic.
The superstar has suggested a few changes in the script and has asked the filmmaker to add elements that appeal to the masses. Going by Salman's box office performances of past few years, he could make any story work.
"The final script is yet to be locked and discussion between the actor and filmmaker is still on. It is a cute love story, and Salman was enthused by it. However, he has requested Santoshi to tweak it a bit. Once these changes are accommodated, the team will begin pre-production," a source told Mid-Day.
This isn't the first time that he has asked Rajkumar to fine-tune the script. A few months ago, there were reports that they were meeting up regularly to make changes in the story.
Also, rumour has it that the untitled project is a remake of Korean film "Ode to My Father." However, Rajkumar has denied the news saying he's not too big on remakes and that his film is an original story that will challenge Salman as an actor.
"Salman has certain expectations from the film since we have done some good movies in the past and are going to work together again after long. I am aware of the audience's anticipation too," he further elaborated.
In other news, Salman will begin shooting for Rajkumar's project after he has wrapped up "Tubelight," which rolls this month. Scheduled to open in theatres on Eid 2017, the film will apparently be shot across Ladakh.