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  Entertainment   Bollywood  15 Feb 2020  Salman’s commitment

Salman’s commitment

THE ASIAN AGE. | SUBHASH K JHA
Published : Feb 15, 2020, 4:07 am IST
Updated : Feb 15, 2020, 4:07 am IST

The actor’s famous line from Wanted will also feature in Radhe, its unofficial sequel.

Salman Khan
 Salman Khan

Radhe, the unofficial sequel to Salman Khan’s 2008 hit Wanted, will go back to the dialogue that made the film so popular with the masses.

We are talking about the dialogue, ‘Ek baar jo maine commitment karli toh main khud ki bhi nahin sunta hoon’ that became a catchline for Salman’s career.

 

Apparently, Salman would be mouthing that rabble-rousing dialogue again in Radhe, provided he is allowed to. “It depends on legalities. I mean, Radhe is not an official sequel to Wanted. The rights of the original film and all its content belong to producer Boney Kapoor. The logistics of using the dialogue are now being worked out. If at all, they are unable to use that popular line, Salman and director Prabhudheva will have come up with another equally catchy line.”

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