After Salman Khan's hit-and-run case verdict, the actor is not getting involved in too many Bollywood projects.
From "Shuddhi" to Anand L Rai's next, Salman has backed out of quite a few films. He has even said no to producer Raj Kumar Gupta's next, starring Kareena Kapoor Khan. Except "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" and "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo", the actor has refused to focus on any other project.
"Right now, Salman's entire focus is on the completion of these two films. He hasn't green-lighted other offers or given his dates to anyone," the Hindustan Times quoted a source as saying.
Here is the list of films Salman turned down recently.
Karan Johar has gone through a lot of difficulties with his dream project "Shuddhi." Hrithik Roshan was first assigned the film, but later he was replaced by Salman.
The "Dabangg" actor walked out of the movie recently and thus, Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt were finalised.
"No Entry Mein Entry"
Salman seemed to have quit "No Entry Mein Entry". Boney Kapoor's hit film "No Entry" is about to come with its sequel, but the "Bodyguard" actor has not given any dates.
"Whether Salman is a part of the film or not, only he will be able to say. My script is ready, my actors are ready and everything is in place. We will start anytime he says yes," DNA quoted Boney Kapoor as saying.
Anand L Rai's Next
The "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" was supposedly going to play the role of a dwarf in Anand L Rai's next, which the actor agreed. Recently, there are reports that Salman backed out.
"Rai and Salman were excited about working together on that film, but the fact that the actor would play a dwarf was revealed even before the film went on floors. Salman was quite upset and opted out of the project. So, Rai decided to put the film on the back burner," Mid Day quoted a source as saying.
Fresh faces -- Sooraj Pancholi and Aathiya Shetty -- are featuring in the "Hero" remake, which is being produced by Salman.
The "Kick" actor was asked to make a special appearance in the film, but he refused to do so. He wanted the new pair to take the centre stage.