In a recent interview, Arbaaz Khan said "Dabangg 3" was on the cards.
Salman Khan is definitely the ultimate money-spinner of the Hindi film industry.
It all began in 2010, when the superstar's "Dabangg" hit the screens. Creating new records, the action-packed flick turned out to be one of the biggest hits of the year and is still remembered for its quirk quotient.
The success of the film encouraged the makers to write its sequel "Dabangg 2", which went on to become a blockbuster in 2012. While talking about "Dolly ki Doli", producer-director Arbaaz Khan informed The Times of India that "Dabangg 3" was definitely going to come out, just that the logistics needed to be figured out.
However, this is not the only movie which deserves a sequel. Salman's "Bodyguard", "Kick" and "No Entry" will, in all possibilities, have a version 2.0.
According to the latest buzz, Salman has already started working on "Kick 2" sequel which will apparently be a little more emotional than what the audience witnessed in the first part. "Salman himself has decided to write the script for Kick 2. He has a story in mind and Sajid too has liked it. Both of them have decided to take keen interest in the scripting of Kick 2," DNA quoted a source as saying. Reportedly, the title "Devil" has been registered for its installment.
Boney Kapoor's "No Entry Mein Entry", sequel to "No Entry", has been in the line for long but the makers cannot kickstart the project until Salman wraps up "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" and "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo".
Talking about his upcoming projects, Salman said he will begin with Boney's film once he's done with the films at hand. "I have Sooraj and Kabir's film now. Then I move on to No Entry Mein Entry. I also have YRF's Sultan and a film with Mahesh Manjrekar along with Karan Johar's Shuddhi"," confirmed the superstar.
Additionally, the popular Lovely Singh of "Bodyguard" might return to the big screen as well once Salman is done with honouring the professional commitments at hand. Talking about "Bodyguard 2", producer Atul Agnihotri said the sequel will have a fresh story since the earlier one didn't leave loose ends.
"The film does not have a leeway to be continuous and Bodyguard ended on a note, which left no room for continuity. So there will be a new story and we do have some ideas now."