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Naseeruddin denies being approached for film with Salman
January 23, 2013 , 5 : 52 pm GST
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Noted Bollywood actor Naseeruddin Shah on Wednesday denied being part of Salman Khan starrer tentatively titled 'Radhe'. "Even I have heard about it. I don't know anything about it. I haven't been approached yet. I don't know what the role or project is and it depends if I want to do it or not.
It depends on what kind of project it is," Shah told reporters in Western coastal city Mumbai. It was reported that Salman was trying to rope in Shah and noted actress Tabu for 'Radhe', which is not going to be a regular 'masala' action film. The film will be directed by Sohail Khan and it has been reported that it is a remake of A R Murugadoss's 2006 south hit movie 'Stalin'.
The role being performed by Salman Khan was enacted by Telugu mega star Chiranjeevi in the original film. The movie is about Major Stalin, who invents a principle to help others in life.
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