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Big B, Sridevi might come together for 'Khuda Gawah' sequel

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Mumbai: Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan and Sridevi are likely to unite again on screen for the sequel of their hit 1992 film 'Khuda Gawah'.

"The script is being written for the sequel. It (film) was one of the most loved films and we thought of bringing it back. We have given a one liner brief idea to Mr Bachchan. We have got a positive feedback from him. Once the script is complete we will meet him again and approach him for this film," producer Manoj Desai told PTI.

"Once Mr Bachchan gives his nod for the sequel we may go and talk to Sridevi as well about the film. There will be other actors also in the film from the younger generation," he said.

The original, produced by Desai, was about an Afghan lord caught between love and revenge.

"We are working on the script so we can't reveal about the story line," he said.

Shot in India and Afghanistan, Khuda Gawah was one of the biggest grossers of 1992 in both the countries.

If all goes well, the sequel might go on floors next year.

Both the stars were last seen together in Gauri Shinde's 'English Vinglish'.

PTI

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