Updated: April 1, 2019 1:58:36 pm
Salman Khan has started shooting for Dabangg 3 and he himself shared a photo from the sets. “Day1…. #dabangg3 @arbaazkhanofficial @prabhudheva @nikhildwivedi25,” read the picture caption of Chulbul Pandey and not to miss his sunglasses, slung over the back collar of the shirt.
A picture of the Muhurat clap too has been shared by film trade analyst Taran Adarsh on Twitter. “Shoot begins today… Salman Khan returns as Chulbul Pandey in #Dabangg3… Directed by Prabhu Dheva,” he tweeted.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) April 1, 2019
The news of the third installment of Dabangg franchise going on floors was shared by Salman Khan via a clip posted on his social media accounts on Sunday. Salman shared the video with the caption, “Back in our birthplace for #Dabangg3 shoot @arbaazSkhan.”
In the clip, Salman and Arbaaz reveal that they have just landed at their birthplace, Indore. They will be going to a few places where their grandfather was posted during his years with the police force. The duo informed that they will start shooting for Dabangg 3 from April 1.
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) March 31, 2019
Dabangg 3 is the third installment of the Dabangg series that started in 2010. While the first film was directed by Abhinav Kashyap, the second film was helmed by producer-actor Arbaaz Khan. Prabhudheva, who is directing the third film, has earlier worked with Salman in his 2009 film Wanted.
Earlier, Salman Khan had confirmed that shooting of Dabangg 3 will begin on April 1 and the film will release in December 2019. At a press conference for Da-Bangg: The Tour – Reloaded in Dubai, Salman had also shared that the film will star Sonakshi Sinha and Prabhudheva is directing the film.
In other news, Salman recently met ace choreographer Saroj Khan and many wondered if it was for a Dabangg 3 song.
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