Producer Ganesh Babu has slammed the reports that Salman Khan has bought the rights of Gabbar Singh to use some of its scene in his upcoming movie Dabangg 2. The Tollywood star says that no body from the team of Bollywood has approached him for the rights of the film.
Ever since Gabbar Singh released, the rumour mills in T-Town have been abuzz that Salman Khan has watched the Telugu movie, which is the remake of his own hit film Dabangg, and he liked Pawan Kalyan's performance in it. The Bollywood star also liked some new sequences used in the Telugu version, especially the anthyakshari sequence.
It was also rumoured that Salman Khan has planned to incorporate few scenes of Gabbar Singh in his most-anticipated movie Dabangg 2. He had also bought the rights to use a few scenes from the film, which have been selected by him. But the Bandla Ganesh has denied the reports.
Talking to a leading English daily, Ganesh Babu says that he was told that Salman has watched Gabbar Singh and described it as more entertaining than Dabangg, but none from the team has approached him for the rights of the film. He adds that the reports related to it are baseless. "No one approached us for any scene or rights of our film Gabbar Singh," the Deccan Chronicle quotes the producer as saying.
However, Gabbar Singh starring Pawan Kalyan and Shruti Hassan in leads, has become a blockbuster at the Box Office. The movie has set several new records at both domestic and international collection centres. Recently, the film celebrated the completion of its 50 days in theatres.