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Salman Khan reveals the title of ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ sequel on his 56th birthday

Salman Khan previously confirmed the sequel of his much talked about film Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ and as on his 56th birthday, the actor revealed the title of the same.

Published: Monday,Dec 27, 2021 14:29 PM GMT-07:00
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The actor has not only produced several blockbuster films over the course of his three-decade career, but he also has a large fan base. And, as he celebrates his 56th birthday today, Salman has been inundated with birthday greetings from fans and friends all over the world, but the superstar has also prepared a big surprise for his audience. Salman revealed the title of the much-anticipated second instalment of Bajrangi Bhaijaan during a recent interaction with paparazzi on his birthday. 

When asked about his collaboration with SS Rajamouli during the interview, Salman dismissed all speculation and stated that he is not currently working with the ace filmmaker. Salman did, however, mention working with Rajamouli's father, K V Vijayendra Prasad, on Bajrangi Bhaijaan 2. Speaking about it, the Ek Tha Tiger actor revealed that the film's title is Pavan Putra Bhaijaan. That's not all. Salman also stated that after finishing Tiger 3, he will most likely be working on the No Entry sequel and Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali. 

As of now, Salman, who was most recently seen in Antim: The Final Truth with Aayush Sharma, is hard at work on the much-anticipated third instalment of his Tiger franchise, which will star Katrina Kaif. According to reports, Salman and Katrina will reprise their roles as Tiger and Zoya in the film. In addition, Emraan Hashmi will play the lead antagonist in the film.


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priya185
priya185 4 months ago I am looking forward to Pavan Putra Bhaijaan hope it’s as good as the previous one
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