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Salman Khan is hands down the most sought after actor in Bollywood. The superstars’ even average film makes more profit at the box office as compared to the hits of his contemporaries. After more than a decade, Salman is all set to collaborate with Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The two last worked in ‘Saawariya’ (2007).

Interestingly, Salman’s collaboration with Bhansali will also mark his first film with Alia Bhatt. So naturally, everyone is more than excited to see how their unusual pairing pans out on the silver screen. Now even before the film’s first poster is out, the latest buzz suggests that it’s theatrical rights has already been sold for a whopping Rs. 190 crores.


A latest report in Pinkvilla states that Bhansali has sold the film’s rights to Jayantilal Gada of Pen Cinemas for a huge sum. A trade source told the portal, “Bhansali is also producing the film, along with Salman Khan Films. He has sold the movie for Rs 165 crore plus additional Rs 25 crore for P&A, which makes it a Rs 190 crore and that’s huge.”

Bhansali’s contemporary love story starring Salman and Alia will release in Eid 2020. Reportedly, in the film, Salman will be playing a 40 something businessman whereas Alia will be playing a 20 something aspiring actress.

For more such interesting updates on this film, stay tuned.

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