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Salman Khan to shoot for Atul's next post 'Kick'

Super-busy Salman Khan has finally managed to squeeze in dates to shoot a guest appearance for Atul Agnihotri\'s upcoming movie \"Oh Teri\".

Published: 05th August 2013 04:14 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th August 2013 04:14 PM   |  A+A-

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By IANS

Super-busy Salman Khan has finally managed to squeeze in dates to shoot a guest appearance for Atul Agnihotri's upcoming movie "Oh Teri".

Salman will shoot for actor-producer Atul's film after he finishes the shooting for "Kick".

"Salman is very organised and planned. Now he will start shooting for 'Kick' and once he is back, he will shoot for my film," Atul, who is married to Salman's sister Alvira, told IANS.

"Off late he has been busy with other commitments besides it's a long schedule for 'Kick', so by October or November his portions will be shot for my film. It's a specially designed role and I want to make it very special," added the filmmaker who had earlier directed Salman in "Dil Ne Jise Apna Kaha" and "Hello".

Atul has shot almost 80 percent of "Oh Teri".

He said: "We have shot almost 80 percent only few portions are left. It's a very different film and I hope audience likes this film."

Atul, who acted in films like "Krantiveer" and "Sir", turned producer with "Hello" later he produced the blockbuster film "Bodyguard", which had Salman in the title role.



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