Salman Khan, the King Of Box Office has been ruling the hearts of cinema lovers with some awesome and different characters he played in movies like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Sultan, etc. One such character was Devi Lal Singh from Kick and people were all praises for Salman’s comic character and the movie with the message of love and goodness. Rumours of Kick 2 being made were frequent but were denied by the producers. But now the wait is over and Salman Khan’s Kick 2 Release Date announced. Read on to know more.
Kick 2 Release Date is finally here, according to latest reports, the producers of the film have confirmed that Salman will be hearing the script next month, if all goes right, the shooting will start in early January of 2019 and the movie will release in Christmas 2019.
Rumours of Jacqueline Fernandez continuing to be part of the series and some other international action star replacing Jacqueline are often seen on social media but there is no official confirmation regarding the cast other than the male lead by producers or by Salman himself.
Kick’s concept was quite unique where a guy having high functioning brain lives his life differently and appears crazy to normal people. The story was all about how his life changes around a small child and he becomes a smart thief but works for the happiness of children as ‘Devil’. Let us see what changes are brought in the plot of Kick 2 and what will be the final star cast of the movie.
Sajid Nadiadwala will be producing Baaghi 2 and Judwaa 2 while he will direct Kick 2. Salman’s Tubelight directed by Kabir Khan is releasing soon this EID and his Tiger Zinda Hai with Katrina Kaif in lead with Salman Will release this Christmas.
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This is a great and exciting news for Salman fans as well as the entertainment lovers as their favourite Devil will return back on the screen and turn the theatre into a stadium with his actions, cuteness and catchy dialogues. We are excited about this, aren’t you?