Salman is bringing a big action film on Eid 2025, Nadiadwala and Murugadoss’s movie is in a huge budget of Rs 400 crore – Salman Khan Sajid Nadiadwala and AR Murugadoss film targets Eid 2025 release huge budget of Rs 400 crore
Last year, while Salman Khan’s film ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’ remained lackluster, the film ‘Tiger 3’, released at the end of the year, also could not create much magic. Now it seems that Salman is going to start preparing for the release of the year 2025.
Salman and Nadiadwala working after 10 years
In the last 30 years, Salman has made films with Nadiadwala like ‘Jeet’, ‘Judwaa’, ‘Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega’, ‘Mujhse Shaadi Karogi’ and ‘Kick’. The last film of both of them was ‘Kick’ which was released in the year 2014. Now Pinkvilla reports that after 10 years, Salman and Sajid Nadiadwala are coming together once again for a mega budget film.
The film will be released on Eid of 2025
It has been told in this report that Sajid has given the responsibility of this film on the shoulders of one of the brilliant directors AR Murugadoss, which is said to be an action thriller film. Eid of 2025 is being targeted for the release of this film. It is being said that when Salman Khan and AR Murugadoss were discussing this film, only one name came to their mind and that was Salman and the actor also immediately said yes to it.
There will be a great action thriller in the budget of Rs 400 crores.
Now it is being said that in the year 2024, this film will be shot in beautiful parts of different countries. It is being said that it is to be shot in Portugal and other European countries. Talking about the budget of this film, it is being said that it will be made for around Rs 400 crore. It is being said that out of all the scripts offered to Salman, this story excited him the most. It has also been told that this will be Salman and Sajid’s most spectacular film, in which the action is going to be next level. Murugadoss, who has made films like ‘Ghajini’, is going to work with Salman Khan for the first time.
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