Salman Khan and Alia Bhatt are good to go to share screen space in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's “Inshallah”. The motion picture is different other films that SLB has taken up over the most recent couple of years. It is pertinent to note that it is not a war film but a movie that can be termed a youth friendly project.
"Inshallah will bring back the Bhansali we had seen in films like Khamoshi and Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. It's a romantic saga that won't have lavish sets but will be shot at real locations." Another informer from the production tells us, "It's this story of a 40-plus businessman played by Salman Khan who's carefree and not as serious about his life as men his age would be. His father tells him that he will give him all his wealth only on one condition - he has to fall in love and change his lifestyle,” said a source familiar with the matter with the aforementioned project.
"Alia plays a hopeful on-screen character who Salman gets the opportunity to trick his dad. They counterfeit a relationship however over the span of doing as such, how they really go gaga for one another and how their reality impacts is the thing that Inshallah is about," the sources added.
Yet, when we heard the plot, it appeared to be strikingly like one of Salman's past movies. While SK's job in “Inshallah” may depict his character from Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai, the whole plot sounds frightfully like another film of the genius - Jaanam Samjha Karo. The film that featured Urmila Matondkar and Salman spun around how Urmila, a vocalist and artist, consents to profess to be a youthful well off womanizer otherwise known as Salman's better half when they meet his granddad. In any case, they bit by bit become hopelessly enamored with one another.
Inshallah is set to release in 2020.