LEAKED! Salman Khan’s Dabangg 3 Song Is Breaking The Internet- Watch Video

A video of Salman Khan dancing with a troupe on the sets of Dabangg 3 is going viral. The star seems to be shooting for a song from the film. Here’s the leaked video

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LEAKED! Salman Khan’s Dabangg 3 Song Is Breaking The Internet- Watch Video
Recently, Salman Khan along with his brother Arbaaz announced that they were going to begin the shooting of Dabangg 3 in Indore, which also happens to be their birthplace. Now, the team has already begun with the shooting. And, a video of a song from the film has made its way online.

In the video, we can see Salman dancing with a group of people. Dressed in a blue formal shirt and black denims, the actor is seen doing some signature steps a la his trademark style. Here’s the video:


Recently, the first look of Salman from the film was unveiled. Also, some inside details about the title song were revealed by a tabloid. A report in Mumbai Mirror stated that Salman will shoot for the title track with 500 background dancers and the song will be shot over a period of 13 days at Ahilya Fort.

Said the source, “This will be followed by an action sequence on bikes involving Chulbul and his brother, Makkhi (played by actor-producer Arbaaz Khan). It will end with a week-long shoot in Mandleshwar.” The tabloid further throws light on the story. It reveals that Dabangg 3 will be a shuttle between Chulbul Pandey’s past and present.


“In his back story, which is a kind of prequel, Chulbul will be shown as a local goon with a heart of gold and a lengthy flashback will cover his metamorphosis into a Robin Hood cop. The conflict in the present with Sudeep is connected to his past before Chulbul got into uniform,” said the source to the tabloid.

Directed by Prabhudheva, produced by Arbaaz Khan, Dabangg 3 will be releasing in December this year.


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