"A year back when I finished 'Kick', people asked me about my next. I told them the thing which fascinates me is getting the three Khans on board. Salman is a good friend and I have good equation with Shah Rukh and Aamir. If I get a go ahead, I would definitely love to do it," Sajid said.

It seems the three Khans have reunited after Shah Rukh and Aamir showed support towards Salman's Eid release 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' by unveiling the film's first look on their Twitter pages. Besides the big stars, Sajid said his production house is also working with newcomers.

"I love to give chance to new talent. They are just incredible. But I believe the Khans will rule the industry for at least next 20 years," he added. The producer-director is in the Malaysian capital to scout location for his upcoming film 'Baaghi', starting Shraddha Kapoor and Tiger Shroff.

"I will be shooting my next production venture 'Baaghi' in Malaysia. This will be the first time I will be shooting any film in this country. My production team is getting things done with the government," he said.
Produced by Sajid and UTV Motion Pictures, the film will be helmed by Sabbir Khan, who also directed Tiger's debut film 'Heropanti'.




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