Salman is all set to return in his devil avatar in Kick 2, which will release in Christmas 2019. Sajid Nadiadwala made his directorial debut with the film and will also be directing Kick 2. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to reveal the same and wrote, "Here comes the BIGGG announcement".
Kick is a 2014 Indian action film produced and directed by Sajid Nadiadwala under his Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment banner. The actor has been involved in a number of franchises and will probably be the only actor who has booked Eid as well as the Christmas slot in both 2018 as well as in 2019. Superstar Salman has always been known to release his films during Eid and Salman's Bhaarat will release on Eid 2019.
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It had been reported that Nadiadwala has been working on the script of the sequel for quite some time now and had sounded Salman about it, which the actor reportedly "loves". The film Kick, which starred Salman Khan, Randeep Hooda, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Jacqueline Fernandez, released in 2014 on Eid.
Work on the film is expected to begin shortly. The father-son pair was appreciated by the fans. Interestingly, if the scenario persists, Salman will clash with Shah Rukh Khan starrer "Zero", which also has the "Dabangg" Khan's cameo.
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While the female lead is yet to be finalized by the makers, it is said that Kick 2 would be high on action.
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