Although he is getting praise for the Black Cobra Act of 1992 scam: Harshad Mehta story, Satish Kaushik is already waiting for next year, when his directorial venture, the paper will be released. Pankaj Tripathi starrer is based on the real life story of Azamgarh-based farmer Lal Bihari, who was declared dead on paper. While he was well aware of the merits of the story, Kaushik’s faith in goods was furthered by a superstar friend. Salman Khan, Who came on board as a presenter.
“The story has been with me since 2003 when I bought the rights to it [Bihari]. I went to Malta to shoot for India . That’s when I happened to discuss the paper with Salman. He fell in love with the story and offered to release the film. I am lucky that he endorsed this short film, “says Kaushik, who will start post-production soon.” SKF team [Salman Khan Films] Is negotiating its release. Let’s see if it premieres the screens on the OTT platform.
Khan and Kaushik collaborated on the 2003 hit, Tere Naam. The actor-director admitted that a sequel could be presented as Radhe Radhe’s journey is far away. “I have some stories that can take your name forward. I’ve developed an idea, but haven’t talked to Salman yet.”
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