February 7, 2012 01:02:51 PM IST Glamsham Editorial
The Salman Khan starrer DABANGG was a blockbuster so, needless to say, now all eyes are set on the sequel DABANGG 2. People are keen about the much touted sequel and it seems that they want the film to be bigger and better than the first part.
Recently rumours were abuzz that UTV had purchased the rights of the much talked about sequel for a whopping Rs. 140 crores. However, the aforesaid news is mere speculation and there is no truth to it. To put the rumours to rest, UTV officials released an official statement. CHECK OUT: Salman would fight bigger battles in DABANGG 2
The statement reads, ''There have been irresponsible reports by certain sections of the media that UTV has bought the rights for DABANGG 2 for Rs. 140 crores, despite clearly denying it. We would like to clarify that UTV has not purchased the rights of the movie in question. We have been very open about announcing our new projects and communicated them to the media and will continue to do so. We hope this puts all the speculations to rest.''
Knowing Salman Khan's humongous status in trade currently, it seems such speculations are bound to happen.