Veteran actor-filmmaker Satish Kaushik says he will be making a sequel to the 2003 Salman Khan-starrer “Tere Naam”. The upcoming film will revolve around a gangster and will be set in north India.
“We have just locked the script of ‘Tere Naam’ sequel and it’s a love story revolving around a gangster. It will be set in North India,” Kaushik told IANS.
Asked if the cast has been finalised, Kaushik said: “It will take us a while to think about the cast. I haven’t yet approached anyone for it since the script just got locked a few days ago.”
However, if Salman will return to play one of his most popular characters in hindi cinema is yet to be finalised. According to a source, “Satish and Salman share a great bond and have recently worked together in Bharat. But it is yet to be decided if Salman will feature in the film or a new cast will be brought on board.”
“Tere Naam” was directed by Kaushik, written by Bala and Jainendra Jain. It also starred Bhumika Chawla.
The film, which had several hit numbers including “Lagan lagi”, “Kyun kisi ko”, “Odhni”, “Tumse milna”, revolved around a rowdy named Radhe, who fell in love with Nirjara.