Salman Khan’s wax statue at Madam Tussauds in London has had a deeper impact on the star, than most would imagine. Overwhelmed with the response that the actor got when he attended the unveiling of his wax statue at the famed museum, the Bollywood hunk decided to consider his long-shelved dream project once again. Salman has personally taken efforts to revive his shelved project London Dreams which was originally supposed to be directed by Raj Kumar Santoshi. The film which is based on the desi music scene of UK will now be made at a larger scale than originally planned and is to be directed by Vipul Shah who’s last film Namastey London was a runaway hit. Not surprisingly, Salman is set to play the pivotal role in the film, which is now being made at a staggering budget of 65 crores. More than 75 per cent of the film will be shot in London and is touted to have a huge appeal for the desi population there.
Salman is very excited about the project and we would be making the film at a much larger scale now. As for the heroine, she is yet to be finalised. The film is set in the desi milieu of London. The music scene over there is very vibrant and you have some very talented artists like Rishi Rich, Juggy D, Bally Sagoo, and various other bands making some very distinct music.