There has been innumerable speculations around what let to the shelving of Inshallah, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's dream project that paired Salman Khan and Alia Bhatt. Now Bhansali fans have a reason to cheer as recent report suggest the project has been put to cold storage for the time being and will be renewed as soon as the filmmaker find a suitable replacement for Salman Khan.
As per a Times Of India report, Sanjay Leela Bhansali had already invested much in the pre-production routine of Inshallah that cannot be drawn back and hence, is planning on going ahead with the movie but without Salman Khan. "A massive budget has been invested in the pre-production process of Inshallah. Hence, Bhansali is planning to continue with his magnum opus without Salman Khan," TOI quoted a source as saying.
While the Devdas filmmaker is reportedly considering options for Salman's replacement in Inshallah, Alia Bhatt will stay on as the heroine. Bhansali will also tweak the script according to the new face who will play the male lead, the source told TOI: "The filmmaker has decided to make a few changes to the script and make the project as planned. Alia will still be a part of the film but another actor will be roped in to replace Salman."
Earlier there were reports that Sanjay is keen on considering Shah Rukh for the project and he belongs to the same age group as Salman and is not having a new films in hand.
According to early reports budgetary and creative differences led to the spilt of the actor and filmmaker. Bhansalia, reportedly didnot want Salman to come on board as a co-producer.
Meanwhile, Salman via tweet informed his fans that no matter what, he will come to theatres for the Eid 2020 even when In-shaa-Allah has been shelved without revealing much about which film.