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Sylvester Stallone thinks Salman Khan’s ‘Sultan’ should move to US

When Sultan director Ali Abbas Zafar narrated the movie’s story to Sylvester Stallone throughout a visit to Los Angeles, the Hollywood star mentioned the story might be made for the American viewers.


Ali made the revelation on the ongoing forty seventh version of Worldwide Movie Competition of India the place Sultan was screened. The Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma-starrer, which launched on Eid this yr, turned a blockbuster hit, gathering near R300 crore on the field workplace.

“I met Stallone, whereas doing analysis and getting my martial arts staff from LA. I met him for a short interplay and he form of heard the story. He stated, ‘Wow, what a narrative.

This may very well be a narrative which might simply be accomplished in America’ because it’s about an underdog who has misplaced every part and is making an attempt to get his self-worth again,” he stated.

The movie was additionally screened just lately at Busan movie competition. Ali added, “If the tales have a common attraction, they are going to journey. I imagine the story travels all over the place regardless of the language. There’s a sure manner we do movies. It’s got songs and lots of different parts, however I feel that is what West likes.”

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