Actor Salman Khan seems to be very interested and engaged in non-hindi films in the recent past.
Just recently Salman reportedly agreed and gave his ‘yes’ to star in the Hindi remake of the Tamil hit Master starring Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi. And now it has been revealed that the actor has bought the Hindi remake film rights of Ravi Teji film “Khiladi”.
More Details About The Remake
Over the past few years, we’ve seen remakes of south films in Hindi by the original board of directors. It is not yet known if Ramesh Verma will continue this trend.
Sujit Vaasudev and G. K. Vishnu will be the cinematographers for the upcoming movie.
Maharaja Ravi Teja playing a dual role in the film, produced by Satyanarayana Koneru. Bollywood-house producer, Pen Studios is behind the financing of the project, along with the A Studios.
Recently a teaser has been released and the film received an overwhelming response from all sides.
It’s actually a pretty high threshold for the film. The makers recently assured fans that the film will release in theatres only.
Salman Khan’s Ongoing Legal Tussle With KRK
On Tuesday, the Bollywood superstar Salman Khan filed a court application to take a contempt action against the self proclaimed actor-critique Kamaal R Khan for what he continues to do, in return of his commitment to not defame the Radhe:Your Most Wanted Bhai actor.
The application was submitted as part of an ongoing defamation lawsuit filed by Salman Khan’s team.
The defamation lawsuit was filed seeking to restrain KRK from making any content on him, his business ventures and films, and other projects.