Post Bigg Boss 14, Salman Khan Resumes Shooting For Radhe, Says It ‘Feels Good’ To Be Back On Set After More Than Six Months

After Bigg Boss 14, Salman Khan has resumed shooting for his upcoming film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, and shared an intriguing picture from the sets. Take a look!

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Post Bigg Boss 14, Salman Khan Resumes Shooting For Radhe, Says It ‘Feels Good’ To Be Back On Set After More Than Six Months
Salman Khan has resumed work, and he shot for the grand premiere of the reality show Bigg Boss 14 on October 1. The premiere aired on television last night, and now, post Bigg Boss, Salman Khan is back on the sets of his upcoming film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. As per reports, about 80 percent of the shooting was completed, however, a song was left to be shot. The shooting of the film was brought to a grinding halt in March, owing to the COVID-19 lockdown. Now it’s work mode on for Salman Khan and he shared an intriguing picture from the sets.

Salman Khan took to his Instagram on Sunday, and shared a picture from the sets of Radhe. The picture appears to be from the song shoot and shows him wearing a cool black colored jacket. The superstar can be seen with his back to the camera as he poses by a go-karting lane. The smog surrounding the picture gives it a dramatic effect, and while sharing the picture, Salman wrote that it was good to be back to shoot after over 6 months.

The caption shared by Salman Khan read, “Back to shoot after 6 1/2 months ... feels good #Radhe.” Take a look at the picture below:


 Meanwhile, earlier on Sunday, Disha Patani also took to her Instagram stories and shared pictures and video clips of her accommodation in Karjat as she resumed shooting for Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. ALSO READ: Theatres To Remain Closed In Maharashtra; With Release Of Radhe, Sooryavanshi Film Distributors Hopeful For Business To Pick Up By Diwali




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