Salman Khan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali have created magic whenever they have collaborated for a film. Critics and fans still feel that the superstar's performances in Khamoshi - The Musical and Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam rank amongst his finest. So, when they announced Inshallah, the news trended for the whole day on social media. Last night, Salman Khan dropped a bomb when he announced that the film with Sanjay Leela Bhansali is pushed but he would see his fans on Eid 2020. Fans kept on wondering what went wrong and got another shocker from Sanjay Leela Bhansali in the morning. His production house tweeted from their official handle, "Bhansali Productions has decided to not go ahead with In-shaa-Allah for now... Further announcement will be out soon... God willing." It sort of highlighted that Inshallah was shelved for the time being.
As per Film Information, industry insiders were aware of the disagreements between the two for a long time. It seems they had differences over the script and casting of people in important roles. The rights of the film had reportedly been sold for a huge amount and that too was under dispute. It seems the tension was going on for a couple of months. Everyone thought that Salman Khan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali would reach a settlement given their long association. However, the stalemate just did not seem to end. It seems on August 24, Saturday, the filmmaker took the decision of shelving the big-budget film. He had already shot a song with Alia Bhatt and created a huge set at Mehboob Studios. Bhansali decided to scrape the film instead of complying to the superstar's wishes. It seems Salman Khan was also caught unawares with Bhansali's sudden decision. Inshallah was a hugely anticipated film for all movie enthusiasts. All said and done, this is surely not the last we have heard on this matter!
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