Salman Khan is likely to team up with South Indian film director AR Murugadoss for his next movie, which apparently will be a Hindi remake of one of his Tamil superhits.
Reports suggest that AR Murugadoss is planning to make a Hindi remake of the Tamil movie "Kaththi" and Salman Khan has said "yes" to the project.
"In their last meeting, Murugadoss had briefed Salman about his project. And although, Salman liked the concept, he didn't commit himself to it in view of his court cases. But, now the actor has given a go-ahead to the project, which is likely to be produced by his brother-in-law, Atul Agnihotri," Mid-Day quoted a source as saying.
Salman, who will next be seen in "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo", has featured in a number of Hindi remakes of South Indian films such as "Wanted", "Kick", "Bodyguard" etc., and all the films turned out to be blockbusters.
On the other hand, AR Murugadoss' last Hindi remakes were "Ghajini" and "Holiday", which were box office hits too. Thus, both the director and the "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" actor witnessed success in making remakes of South Indian films. And now, the duo is likely to join hands for the first time for the remake of another South Indian fim, "Kaththi".
While, Salman has two upcoming movies, "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" and "Sultan", AR Murugadoss is currently busy with "Akira" starring Sonakshi Sinha.