Salman Khan is in the news again. This time though it’s for his production house, Salman Khan Films (SKF), which is doing the rounds in the trade circles for shelving films.
According to BoxOffice India, several films that the production house had grandly announced no longer appear to be in the making and clarification for why has not yet been fully provided.
These include several remakes including Telugu film ‘Happy Days’ (2007), Mahesh Manjrekar’s Hindi remake of Marathi hit ‘Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho’ (2010), a remake of a Korean film and a remake of Punjabi film ‘Jatt and Juliet’ (2012) which was to launch actress Bhagyashree’s son. Other original films also shelved include two film that were to be directed by Nikhil Advani and Rajkumar Santoshi respectively.
In addition the recent film announced by Dharma Productions, ‘Drive’ which is to star Sushant Singh Rajput and Jacqueline Fernandez, was earlier to be a joint venture with SKF but the latter is no longer part of the project.
The cancellation of films has raised questions as to the future of SKF but no formal announcement has been provided by the star or the company.
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