After wrapping the penultimate schedule in Mumbai, Salman Khan has now headed to Jaipur for the final leg of schedules for Dabangg 3. The makers will can few important scenes and a song between Salman and Sonakshi Sinha who will be the leading lady in it. According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, the makers wanted to capture the picturesque locales of The Pink City and are shooting in and around it. "The crew is filming at a remote village, Basco, on the Agra road, which is 50 km away from Jaipur city. The shoot started on Independence Day. A huge crowd gathered around the spot to get a glimpse of Salman," a source was quoted as saying by Mumbai Mirror.
And after wrapping up the final schedule of the film, Salman will take a break from work and fly to the US with family only to return in September. And after returning from the US, Salman Khan will begin shooting for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Inshallah. The same report in Mumbai Mirror quoted a source as saying that Inshallah was supposed to begin from August but had to be delayed due to hectic schedules of Salman and Alia.
Speaking about Dabangg 3, the film will be the third franchise under the cop story and reunite Salman and Sonakshi. According to reports, the film will also travel in time and will depict the flashback life of Chulbul. For this version of the character, Salman is losing a lot of weight and will be seen sporting a leaner look. Salman has been hitting the gym more often now and has been juggling between sets. Kannada actor Kiccha Sudeep will be playing the antagonist and the Rann actor will have an action face-off with Salman Khan and will be seen sporting a toned physique. Reportedly, the villain's character is almost a parallel lead in the film.
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