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Salman Khan Likely To Play Negative Role In Mr. India Sequel

Date: 01/26/2011
It has been a long time when the rumour about the sequel of 1987 hit film Mr India started. But nothing solid has come out of these gossips yet. This has irritated not only the fans but also the star of the film Anil Kapoor, who is still remembered for that role played by him.

Recently, the 51 year old star said that the project should be started as soon as possible rather than talking about it so much. Anil added that people have talked a lot about the sequel about the film and there is nothing left to talk about it now. He said that the project is yet blank and it should be started now.

However, the latest reports suggest a new development about the sequel that indicates the Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is expected to play villain in this film. It seems that the negative effect of his character in Dabangg has made him a hot choice for the role of villain. People loved his Chulbul Pandey act, which was quite mischievous. 

On the other hand, Anil will return with his ‘bhabhi’ Sri Devi as the lead pair, which rocked the industry in the 1980s. Anil’s elder brother and Sri Devi’s husband Boney Kapoor is all set take the producer’s seat. Boney has plans to shoot the sequel in 3D.

If the star casts remain the same and it comes out in 3D, we can expect yet another hit from Anil Kapoor and Sri Devi!


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