- Salute would have been Aamir's second biopic after Dangal
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Aamir Khan is reportedly not planning to do any other film for nearly a decade, starting this year, after Thugs Of Hindostan. After quitting Salute, Aamir Khan reportedly informed Priyanka Chopra that that the film is not happening. "He told Priyanka Chopra that she longer needed to block her dates for the biopic as the film was not happening in near future as he was quitting it," reports SpotboyE.
Earlier in a report published in Mumbai Mirror, it was said that Aamir Khan, 52, was keen on co-producing Salute with Siddharth Roy Kapur. Priyanka Chopra and Ranveer Singh were reportedly offered the film. Salute would have been Aamir Khan's second biopic after Dangal.
Aamir Khan was last seen in in Dangal and if reports are to be believed than Thugs of Hindostan might be his last project for a couple of years. The Vijay Krishna Acharya-directed Thugs of Hindostan is based on an 1839 novel by Philip Meadows Taylor, Confessions of a Thug and the star cast includes Katrina Kaif, Amitabh Bachchan, and Fatima Sana Sheikh.