Reportedly, Salman Khan and Karan Johar have finalized the name of their upcoming film in which the former will be seen as an actor while the latter will be the producer.
Salman Khan's next with Karan Johar is titled ‘The Bull’.
Woah! In big news today for Bollywood lovers, Salman Khan's next film with Karan Johar has got a title. Reports suggest that the film is likely to be named ‘The Bull’ and will be directed by Shershaah filmmaker Vishnu Vardhan. The film will be based on the life of a paramilitary officer, and it will be a mission-based action thriller.
If reports are to be believed, Salman Khan and Karan Johar have finalized the name of their upcoming film in which the former will be seen as an actor while the latter will be the producer.
Salman Khan's next with Karan Johar titled ‘The Bull’
According to a report by film critic Himesh, “The Bull is the title of Salman Khan's next with Karan Johar directed by Vishnu Vardhan. More details on this are coming soon. Salman Khan will be seen as a paramilitary officer in this mission-based action thriller.”
Zoom - another entertainment news portal has also confirmed the development. In an interview with Zoom, Salman detailed about his future projects and said, "So, I am doing a film called 'The Bull'. After that, I will work on the sequels of Dabangg, Kick, etc."
What we know so far
In the latest episode of Koffee with Karan Season 8, which premiered on Thursday, Varun Dhawan quizzed host-filmmaker Karan Johar on how he made Salman Khan say ‘yes’ to his film. Hearing this, Karan Johar jokingly replied, "Beg, borrow, steal." In the past, Salman Khan and Karan Johar worked together in the 1998 superhit Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, which featured Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, and Rani Mukerji in pivotal roles.
Since then, fans of Karan Johar and Salman Khan have been demanding to see them work together on a film.
Earlier in the month of September, Karan Johar talked in depth about whether he is planning to work with Salman Khan on a film soon. Hearing this, he told Pinkvilla, “The thing is that I have to tell you that I have the deepest respect for Salman and his entire family. My father (Yash Johar) was very close to Salim Saab (Salman Khan's father and scriptwriter). And I told you how Salman said yes to the film (Kuch Kuch Hota Hai), he said yes based on the fact that he loved my dad. And that has never left my heart. All I can say at this moment is that that relationship will hopefully find celluloid space very soon. I am not saying it, I am not denying it. I am superstitious about certain things. I feel like I should say it when the time is right."