The shooting for Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha starrer Dabangg 3 is going on in full swing and just a while ago, the entire cast and team of the film were in Rajasthan for the shoot. Salman Khan also took to social media to share a few pictures and videos from his time in Jaipur. There has been much hype around the film especially because of all the secrecy that the actor wishes to keep. Fans are all the more curious now to know and only a few days ago, several pictures and clips from the film’s song and a romantic sequence of Slaman and Sonakshi emerged on the Internet.
Fans of the film were quite excited to get a glimpse of the film sets and the shoot before the release. However, Salman Khan was not very happy with it and reportedly called in a meeting to come up with immediate solutions for the leak. He also asked for strict security on the sets and for giant walls to be constructed to avoid more such leaks. Now, Salman Khan’s good friend and fashion designer Ashley Rebello took to his Instagram and shared a picture of Salman Khan’s look from Dabangg 3. He shared a still of Salman Khan from the film sitting atop a bus, donning his shades and has a very dramatic backdrop. Ashley Rebello, who also happens to be Salman’s stylist wrote, “One of my favourite pic by @aslisona with @beingsalmankhan on a bus @dagangg3 this pic , it just sets the mood fo the film love u sona and thank god its not ur last day of the film.” Take a look:
Salman Khan also recently took to Instagram to announce that Dabangg 3 will release in 4 different languages namely Hindi, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu on December 20, 2019. The film, directed by Prabhudeva, also stars Sonakshi Sinha as the leading lady and will mark Mahesh Majrekar’s daughter Saiee Manjrekar’s Bollywood debut. Saiee will be seen playing the role of Salman’s love interest from his younger days.
Image Source: Instagram/ashley_rebello/beingsalmankhan
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