For his next family drama with Pooja Hegde as the protagonist, Salman Khan is being strongly encouraged to return to his previous title, Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali.
The undertaking is currently referred to as Bhaijaan. But Salman’s close friends have encouraged him to avoid using the name Bhaijaan since it has an overtly ethnic connotation.
“The movie explores the unity of all Indians, regardless of caste or culture. It seems out of place to refer to the movie by a title that is culturally distinctive. According to a source familiar with the production, Salman is likely to stick with the original title of the movie, Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali.
Film names that reflect a community’s identity or are culturally distinct are becoming less popular.
Otherside, Deepika Padukone slammed Salman Khan for his views on depression
Deepika has frequently discussed her struggle with depression and how difficult it was for her to get over it as well as all the other obstacles she encountered.
The actress will next be featured in Siddharth Anand’s “Pathaan,” starring Shah Rukh Khan, John Abraham, and Hrithik Roshan, as well as “Fighter,” starring Hrithik Roshan. She also has Nag Ashwin’s unnamed follow-up starring Prabhas in her schedule in addition to them. After “Piku,” she will also be seen working with Amitabh Bachchan once more in “The Intern.”
There are several rumours that Deepika will make a cameo appearance in Shah Rukh Khan and Atlee’s upcoming film. According to reports, the actress has begun filming for the same.
Deepika had criticised the “Dabangg” actor for making such remarks, saying that many people mistake it for feeling a little depressed. She continued, teasing Salman’s remarks, “A male star recently claimed that he didn’t have the luxury of being melancholy. as though one may choose to be depressed.
Deepika Padukone has been outspoken about her experiences with depression. Salman Khan previously made a joke about sadness, and it seems the actress did not take it well.
Salman had stated that he observes many people become melancholy and upset but that, despite everything he is going through, he cannot afford to indulge in such a luxury. The actor claims that it works against him.
Does Salman ever contribute to the film’s soundtrack or provide his thoughts and suggestions?
Actually, no. In fact, he gives everyone access to it. Being a professional, he respects those in charge of his departments and appreciates that they will do their best. I’m grateful for it. However, on occasion, when the theme was first being created for “Ek Tha Tiger,” he provided suggestions as to how it should be. He did provide some advice, and it was both powerful and helpful. They undoubtedly contributed to the theme’s construction.
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You have performed in “Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy” in the south in addition to Bollywood. What, if any, substantial differences do you perceive between the two sectors’ use of music or background scores?
Actually, there isn’t much of a difference. As similar as it is possible to be. Both of them value the medium. The following is a little more prevalent in the southern film industry for background music than in Hindi. They also follow other technical individuals.