Salman Khan scopes out schedule of three films post lockdown

Jeetesh Luhar



As the entertainment industry is slowly beginning to resume filming in line with the strict guidelines issued by the government, Salman Khan intends to make up for lost time in jumping straight into three film projects — ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai,’ ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’ and ‘Guns of North.’

However, first up, his priority is to wrap up the Prabhudheva directed venture he’s currently part of, reports Mid Day. A source close to Khan said, “First, Salman will film the Radhe song with Disha Patani. The number was originally supposed to be shot in Azerbaijan, but now they will film it in a studio. Some patchwork shoot is pending as well. The makers are eyeing a Diwali release.”

Reports also say that director Abhiraj Minawala had stayed at Khan’s Panvel farmhouse during the lockdown. And in that time the duo used the time to develop the Hindi adaptation of Marathi film, ‘Mulshi Pattern’ (2018), which will be headlined by Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma. “Salman has a special appearance in the movie, which has been titled Guns of North. While the project will tentatively go on floors in mid-July, the actor will join the unit in the last leg. He will sport a beard for his role of a Punjabi cop,” the source went on to say.

But before joining Sharma, Khan will focus on Farhad Samji’s ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’. “The team is currently reworking the dates. Salman has his heart set on the film. After being unable to meet his fans on Eid this year, he wants to bowl them over with his 2021 Eid offering,” concluded the source.

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