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TROUBLED Sultan Director Not Able To Handle SALMAN KHAN

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Salman Khan is now busy shooting for Sultan with his co-star Anushka Sharma, rest of the cast and obviously the director, Ali Abbas Zafar.

Very few directors get the opportunity to work with Salman, especially when he is at the peak of his career. The actor too has become more choosy, so Ali must have been on cloud nine when Salman agreed to star in his magnum opus!

Sultan Director Not Able To Handle Salman Khan

But little did Ali know what lay ahead of him. While Salman is a great actor who is having tremendous innings at the Box Office, not ever director can handle him, especially Ali Abbas who is poles apart from the actor.

The director is finding it tough to work with the Salman. Everyone is aware that Salman is not the obedient type and so is very relaxed and chilled out on the sets of the film while Ali wants each and everything to be perfect.

With the two people whose personalities are poles apart, there is bound to be some friction and therefore a lot of disagreements are taking place.

According to Spotboye, the filmmaker is finding it very difficult to get Salman to agree for retakes during the shoot. A similar complaint surfaced when Kabir Khan was shooting his blockbuster movie with Salman Khan, Ek Tha Tiger (2012).

So right now Ali is apparently having a tough time to tame this actor, hopefully things get resolved soon for this is one film that everybody is eagerly waiting for!

On the other hand, Salman who is trying to patch up his brother and bhabhi was seen hugging Malaika Arora Khan as soon as he spotted her at the Golden Petal Awards event.

Salman has never done such a thing, he never even looked at her during shoot of Munni Badnam Hui and here is was hugging his bhabhi in public.

Onlookers say this was an attempt to mellow things down and help patch up his brother's marriage.

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