Salman Khan Likely To Return With His Iconic Role As Prem In A New Movie


It looks like Salman Khan is in talks with director Sooraj Barjatya to reprise his iconic role of Prem in a new movie. According to reports, Salman and Barjatya recently met to discuss the possibility of a Prem movie. They have worked together on several films, most recently on the romantic comedy Prem Ratan Dhan Payo.

Prem was one of the most popular films of the 90s. Salman Khan’s performance was a perfect fit for the role. The role of a sweet, good boy was perfect for Khan, and he brought his A-game to the role throughout the movie. Prem is a role that has a very special place in our hearts.

The actor has several projects lined up. He has already starred in ‘Bharat’, which released on 5 June 2019. He is also a producer, having directed and produced it. In 2023, Khan is slated to star in Kisi Ka Bhai Ki Jaan, directed by Farhan Samji. The film also stars Ram Charan and Pooja Hegde. Next, he is expected to reunite with Katrina Kaif in ‘Tiger 3’. In addition, he will make a special cameo in ‘Pathaan’.

The actor’s latest project with director Sooraj Kher is titled “Uunchai.” The film was screened in Mumbai at a special screening. Sooraj and Salman Khan have collaborated on several films, including ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’ (1989) and ‘Hum Aapke Hain Koun’ (1994).

Salman Khan is also expected to appear in the upcoming season of the popular reality show Bigg Boss. The theme for this season will be the ocean and water. The sets will be lush and aqua-themed. Season 11 of Bigg Boss will air on the 1st of October. The winner of the show will win Rs 30 lakhs.

Arpita Khan is the sister of Salman Khan and is getting married to long-time boyfriend Aayush Sharma on November 18. The wedding had originally been planned for January, but the date was moved to coincide with the golden wedding anniversary of her parents. Despite the delay, the wedding is expected to be lavish. Aayush Sharma will be the groom.


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