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Salman Khan, Deepika Padukone May Light up Kabir Khan's Next Film

Deepika, who is yet to sign a Hindi film, will wrap up xXx: The Return of Xander Cage schedule by the end of this month. Once the actress is back in Mumbai, sources suggest that Deepika will sign Kabir Khan's film, which also stars Salman Khan

  | April 19, 2016 14:27 IST (New Delhi)
Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone (left) and Salman Khan (right) photographed in Mumbai.

Highlights

  • Salman Khan is no longer looking for newcomers for his films
  • Salman Khan and Deepika's film is tentatively titled Tube Light
  • Deepika will wrap up the shoot of xXx 3 by the end of April
With the first look of Sultan crossing the 10 million mark in less than a week of its release, it's apparent that no one flexes box office muscle like 'muscle man' Salman Khan. Competitors back off since they know better than to take on Salman when it comes to the box office. (Also Read: In Sultan Teaser, Salman Khan's Muscles Kick up a Lot of Dust)
Meanwhile, Salman seems to be in a mood to experiment when it comes to his choice of the leading ladies. Salman is no longer looking for newcomers who are happy sharing screen space with him and fade away after the release of the film. He is now looking at performance-driven actors who hold their own onscreen. Therefore, after Anushka Sharma in Sultan, the grapevine has it that it's Deepika Padukone who will be his leading lady in Kabir Khan's next film, tentatively titled Tube Light.
Deepika, who is yet to sign a Hindi film, will wrap xXx: The Return of Xander Cage schedule by the end of this month. Once the actress is back in Mumbai, sources suggest that Deepika will sign Kabir's film. (Also Read: This is Deepika Padukone's 'Most Favourite Scene' in xXx 3)
Meanwhile, the Bajrangi Bhaijaan director asked fans to wait for a formal announcement:

Incidentally, Salman's character will be called 'tube light' in the film. But by the looks of it, if the two stars do come onboard, they will surely make a 'megawatt' frame.

 
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