Salman Khan might be Sultan however Ali Abbas Zafar is feeling like a king. The director is absorbing the momentous accomplishment of Sultan which released earlier on Eid. He appears to be glad yet not by any stretch of the imagination astonished that the Kabali rage hasn't especially diminished Sultan's remaining in the cinematic world. Sultan kept on having a decent third weekend making Rs 11 crores in the cinematic world taking household accumulations to around Rs 290 crores. Ali said:"It's a great time for the Indian film industry with Kabali and Sultan being at the box office and still getting the equal share of the pie. With stars like Rajinikanth sir and Salman – the hype around the stars creates the competition, but they have very strong fan followings.
In the end, the industry only benefits because it has been a dull year at the box office." Ali Abbas Zafar, 36, is making the most of his muscle in the cinema world and discussing muscle, after a late picture with Hollywood performing artist Sylvester Stallone, we needed to ask whether a film is in the offing. Furthermore, concerning the main women that Ali is planning to work with? "Alia Bhatt really excites me. She's doing such fabulous stuff. I saw Udta Punjab and she was out of this world," he said. But before all these casting coups, Ali plans to take a break somewhere in Europe.The director says he's not going to be taking his success for granted. "Salim uncle (actor Salman Khan's father Salim Khan) says it's like riding a tiger. As long as you're riding it, it's fine. But it also may just eat you up," he said.