We recently reported how Sultan movie shooting was getting halted by Salman Khan at the last minute! While speculations were rife that he had gone back to his old behaviour, the real reason is now out.
According to sources of a leading website, Salman Khan and Aditya Chopra are at loggerheads with each other owing to Sultan. The duo are having creative differences which has lead to Salman stalling the film shoot.
Salman Khan and Aditya Chopra are having creative differences regarding Sultan.
Salman's last collaboration with YRF, Ek Tha Tiger was a big hit.
Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma are training super hard for the movie.
Salman Khan posing with his friend Rani Mukerji and Yash Chopra.
A very old rare picture of Salman Khan with Yash Chopra.
YRF is producing Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan's most awaited projects, Fan and Sultan respectively.
Ali Abbas Zafar's Sultan shooting has been halted as of now and nobody has any idea when the team will resume thier work again. Will Salman Khan and Aditya workout their creative differences or will the movie get shelved like Karan Johar's Shuddhi.
Also Salman is said to be angry with Aditya for not releasing the film on Eid and planning the release for August or September.
We hope it doesn't come to that, for every film critic, media and viewers are eagerly awaiting the film's release in which we'll get to see Salman in a different avatar and also Salman romancing Anushka Sharma for the very first time.
With this movie, Anushka Sharma has become one of those few actresses who has got the oppurunity to work with all the three top khans of Bollywood.
The actress is also training super hard for the movie, for she apparently has a fight sequence with Salman Khan in the ring. A source revealed to BollywoodLife, "The source further added, ''How it will be shot and what kind of special training Anushka will have to take to look convincing are being worked upon. Authenticity is the key to Sultan. All the locations and the wrestling bouts shown in the film will be real and not doctored on the editing table."