Ever since Kabir Khan announced that his next would star Salman Khan, speculations have been on the rise. After rumours about the central cast, reports recently suggested that their film may be titled "Majhdaar."
However, the filmmaker took to Twitter to set the record straight, saying it was a boring title and wasn't what his project would be called. "Dear @Koimoi... I'm sorry to say but Majhdaar is a very boring title... And it's definitely NOT the title of my next," he posted.
However, there have been interesting revelations made by Salman Khan Films COO Amar Butala. He told Catch News that the cast and crew will begin shooting in Ladakh July onwards.
"We go on floors in Ladakh in July 2016 which is two months from now, post the release of Sultan. We are still working on the locations where the film will be shot, but all I can tell you is the fact that we start in Ladakh," he further elaborated.
Butala also said that the film isn't an Indo-Chinese treaty, adding that the makers are looking at roping in Chinese actors for it, but that's all there is to it right now. "Firstly, this is not a part of Indo-China treaty. Yes, we are looking to rope in Chinese actors for the film, but I can't divulge into further details," the web portal quoted him as saying.
Salman and Kabir have blocked Eid 2017 for their film.
In other news, Salman and his "Sultan" team are in their final leg of shooting. The film, where the superstar plays a Haryanvi wrestler, is a welcome departure from the usual song-dance-action routine the 50-year-old actor has been indulging in. It arrives in theatres on Eid.