Salman Khan and Kabir Khan, the dynamic duo behind Bollywood blockbusters like Ek Tha Tiger and Bajrangi Bhaijaan, could be gearing up for another collaboration. It has been revealed that Kabir Khan has presented a script close to his heart to Salman Khan, firmly believing that the role is tailor-made for the superstar.

According to Bollywood Hungama, sources close to the development confirm that Kabir Khan is adamant about Salman being the first choice for this feature film, despite attempts by others to suggest alternative stars for the role.

Meetings between Kabir and Salman have already taken place, and more discussions are expected in the coming month. The script, titled ‘Babbar Sher,’ has caught Salman’s interest, and if he agrees to take on the project, it would mark their fourth collaboration after the successes of Ek Tha Tiger, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and Tubelight.

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For those not in the know, Salman and Kabir have held preliminary discussions about the film in November and December, with Kabir assuring Salman of presenting the complete script by the end of January. The final decision on this exciting prospect is anticipated within the next 45 days, and fans are eagerly hoping for a triumphant reunion between Salman and Kabir, once again creating magic on the silver screen.

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