After a severe setback with ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan‘, Bollywood’s beloved ‘Bhai,’ Salman Khan, has announced a significant shift in his career approach.
In a surprising turn of events, Khan has decided to abandon his reputation for casting out of goodwill or to favor struggling actors.
Known for his generosity in the industry, Khan is now focusing on the right script rather than offering handouts. A close associate revealed, “Salman is seeking something new, something he hasn’t explored before. It isn’t necessarily about action or drama; he’s looking for something that resonates with him and is socially relevant.”
This new course also suggests an end to home productions featuring his brothers as directors or casting actors seeking a break. “Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan” is a notorious example of favor-based casting.
Meanwhile, rumors of a possible collaboration with renowned director Sanjay Leela Bhansali are stirring. Khan’s close friend suggests that the previously shelved project, ‘Inshallah,’ may be back on the table. “Inshallah was a daring and fresh love story, something Salman would like to experiment with at this stage in his career,” reveals the friend.
However, the collaboration’s success depends on Khan’s ability to refrain from interfering with Bhansali’s directorial process.
As Salman Khan reframes his career, he emerges with a fresh perspective, leaving his old practices behind. This shift could herald a new era for Salman Khan, who is set to wow his fans with unseen aspects of his acting prowess. Only time will tell how successful this revamped approach will be.