Only 'O Teri' trailer attached with 'Jai Ho'
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Contrary to reports, the trailer of David Dhawan's 'Main Tera Hero' has not been attached to Sohail Khan's 'Jai Ho'. At least 12 hotshot filmmakers-producers have requested birthday-boy Salman Khan (who turned 48 on December 27) and his brother Sohail for their respective film's trailers to be attached to 'Jai Ho'.
The Khan brothers have said yes to only one trailer. And that's Salman and Sohail's brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri's production 'O Teri', which incidentally, stars Salman's protege Pulkit Samrat.
As everyone knows there is a lot of bhaichaara in Salman Khan's attitude. And nowhere is this more evident than in his attitude towards his family. For Salman, family always comes first. If he has given priority in 2013 to his brother Sohail Khan's 'Jai Ho', he has also decided to attach the trailer of his brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri's production 'O Teri' to 'Jai Ho'.
Contrary to reports that Salman and Sohail have green-lighted the trailer of David Dhawan's new film 'Main Tera Hero' starring David's son Varun, the only trailer that has been attached to 'Jai Ho' is that of 'O Teri'.
Confirming this, Sohail Khan says, "The only trailer that been confirmed to be attached with 'Jai Ho' is that 'O Teri'. We may have space for just one more trailer. Let me finish my film's post-production first. Then I'll decide whose trailer we can accommodate besides 'O Teri'."
A source close to 'Jai Ho' adds, "There is a lot of pressure on Salman and Sohail to attach trailers to 'Jai Ho' since it is a blockbuster even before release. But the film has turned out lengthy. And 'O Teri' being ghar ki baat, is likely to end up being the only trailer to be attached to the film."
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