Alia Bhatt to be one of the anchors of Salman Khan’s documentary; several other Bollywood personalities to be a part of the series : Bollywood News

A documentary on the lifetime of one in every of India’s largest superstars- Salman Khan- is at present within the making. The documentary will reunite Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Saman Khan as the previous may also be part of it. In accordance with the most recent studies, Alia Bhatt can be one of many many anchors of the docu-series. Alia was purported to work with Salman in SLB’s Inshallah, nevertheless, the movie was shelved.

Reportedly, Alia has already shot for her parts within the sequence and can be one amongst a number of different famend personalities who can be anchoring for the sequence. It’s mentioned that nearly the entire of B-City can be part of Past The Star: Salman Khan.

The thought of the docu-series is to point out the world of Salman Khan past the stardom that he’s recognized for. As per studies, his household members- Salim Khan, Sohail Khan, Arbaaz Khan, his business associates like Sajid Nadiadwala, David Dhawan, Sooraj Barjatya, Anees Bazmee, and different colleagues like Jackie Shroff, Sanjay Dutt, amongst others have already recorded for his or her respective parts. Karan Johar can also be mentioned to be part of the sequence.

Past The Star: Salman Khan would be the first season of the documentary and the makers plan on making it a franchise going ahead. It’s produced by Salman Khan Movies with Wizcraft Productions and Applause Leisure.

The docu-series is at present within the post-production stage and the makers plan on presenting it by mid-2022.

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