After Ali Abbas Zafar's 'Tiger Zinda Hai', Salman Khan is set to start working on brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri's production. There has been speaking about Katrina Kaif featuring in the project. Those in the know now confirm that Kat has been settled. The movie will roll out in mid of 2017. Salman had starred in Atul's 2011 movie, Bodyguard, which paired him with Kareena Kapoor Khan. After Tiger Zinda Hai, Sallu-Kat's Jodi will be seen yet again. Director Ali Abbas Zafar decided not to reveal much information about his supposed third collaboration with superstar Salman Khan, which is possibly the remake of South Korean drama movie 'Ode to My Father’. Salman and Ali worked in last year's blockbuster 'Sultan' and have drawn up again for the sequel of 'Ek Tha Tiger', titled 'Tiger Zinda Hai'. There were reports that the pair will also work on the Indian adaptation of 'Ode To My Father'. When asked about the same Ali advised reporters, 'It's too early to speak about it. First, I am going to begin 'Tiger Zinda Hai,' next month. That's my next movie. I am thrilled about teaming up with Salman again. It is always excellent to work with him.' He was talking at the exceptional screening of Shoojit Sircar's upcoming creation, "Running Shaadi", the previous evening. Featuring Taapsee Pannu and Amit Sadh in lead parts, the film is booked for release this Friday. 'Ode to My Father', the 2014 dramatization, was coordinated by Yoon Je-kyoon and addressed to Korean history. It is a story about a young man's promise made among the destruction of the Korean War to deal with his family, which winds up crossing 60 years of turbulent present-day history. The films remodel rights have been purchased by Salman's brother in law Atul Agnihotri. The Hindi film will supposedly be set among India-Pakistan segment. Producer Kabir Khan, who helmed the Salman Khan starrer "Ek Tha Tiger", is happy that executive Ali Abbas Zafar is coordinating "Tiger Zinda Hai", the second portion in the "Tiger" arrangement. Speaking at the Kirori Mal College Alumni meet to raise resources for recreating the school's hall on Wednesday, Kabir stated: "The arrangement was begun by me, and Ali is taking that forward. I feel exceptionally cheerful for him. He was my colleague and my dear companion as well." "As Yash Raj Films has the rights to the arrangement, so Ali will coordinate the second portion. He will run with his vision of 'Tiger', however, the characters and the fundamental set-up will be the same. The world which was made by me will be the same, yet the understanding will be distinctive," he included. Inquired as to whether he has given any individual contributions for the continuation, Kabir Khan stated: "No, I haven't. Whatever the characters were in the initial segment, those will be conveyed forward, and however, the plot is distinctive and is made by Ali as it were." The shooting of "Tiger Zinda Hai" has begun in Morocco. It is slated to discharge on December 22. In the interim, Khan has as of late wrapped up his anticipated motion picture "Tubelight". "We've finished the shoot before calendar. Presently the after generation is going on. Still, there is a great deal of time to discharge the film, so I have a few thoughts." "I am considering making a few smaller than a usual arrangement for Netflix and Amazon... There are a few thoughts, which I am attempting to create. When "Tubelight" discharges, I will have the capacity to make a declaration about my next venture."