Salman Khan's Tere Naam gets a sequel
Directed by Satish Kaushik, the film was a remake of Bala's debut film Sethu starring Vikram and Abitha
Salman Khan’s 2003 romantic drama, Tere Naam, is getting a sequel. According to the buzz, director Satish Kaushik has written the sequel as a love story of a gangster set in Northern India. The film is expected to go on floors later this year. It’s unclear at the moment if Salman will be returning to the franchise or a fresh cast would be brought on board.
Tere Naam was the Hindi remake of Tamil filmmaker Bala’s debut film Sethu. Director Anurag Kashyap was initially slated to direct the Hindi version but was replaced by Kaushik. The film marked the Bollywood debut of Bhumika Chawla. Upon release, Tere Naam was nominated for multiple awards, including a Best Actor nomination for Salman at the Filmfare Awards. The film’s soundtrack, composed by Himesh Reshammiya and Sajid-Wajid, was the highest-selling album of 2003.
Satish Kaushik recently worked with Salman Khan on Ali Abbas Zafar’s Bharat. The veteran actor-filmmaker upcoming directorial is Kaagaz, produced by Salman Khan Films.