Salman Matters, whether It’s Eid or Diwali!

On Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

Salman Khan

Salman Khan gets set for his next ‘Eid’ release.

It’s said that, make the best use of your time when you are in form and seems, Bollywood superstar Salman prioritizes on these sayings, too apt. With back-t-back blockbusters, the muscular Khan leaves no leap bound to present his fans more exciting movies. While, the Dabangg sequel is about to rock the theaters, Salman of late has given the glimpse of his favorite Eid gift.

We know the love between the three bros Salman, Sohail and Arbaz. Dabangg2 is almost ready to release, and Sohail’s ‘Sher Khan’ is on hold owing to the tiger. During these proceedings, it’s herd that Sohail and Salman are about to start work on a new movie from 20th January 2013. And w hat we hear, the movie might be a remake t o the 2010 south film ‘Brindavanam’. The movie reportedly is targted for the ‘Eid’ release.

if you ask, why ‘Eid’, then the matter is too clear. It has always been the “Eid”, that is always targeted by these Khan Brothers. Thus it will be no surprise if Sohail releases his movie on the eve of Eid. Starting from Wanted, Salman has been scoring six out of six from his Eid releases. It was Wanted, Dabangg, Bodyguard, Ek Tha Tiger, and now Sher Khan (2013) which may be Slaman’s Eid Mubarak gift to Indians.

But, what’s the most interesting development on the co-factor is that, Dirty producer Ekta Kapoor has already declared her release of Once Upon A Time in Mumbai sequel, on the eve of Eid 2013.The movie has a very good star cast in terms of Akshay Kumar, Imran Khan, Sonakshi Sinha. On the other hand, Rohit Shetty and Shaharukh Khan’s Chennai express is also supposed to hit the theatres just a couple of week before the Eid.

So, that’s what we except is going to be a stiff rivalry and perhaps the biggest rivalry in the industry seen till date. So, let’s see what happens next and who ascends the throne!

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