Dabangg 3: Arbaaz Khan Reveals 60% of Shooting For Salman Khan's Film is Complete

Dabangg 3: Arbaaz Khan Reveals 60% of Shooting For Salman Khan's Film is Complete

It is directed by Prabhu Deva and will release on December 20, 2019. Salman Khan will be back as Chulbul Panday opposite Sudeep, the villain.
Dabangg 3: Arbaaz Khan Reveals 60% of Shooting For Salman Khan's Film is Complete
Arbaaz and Salman Khan

Bollywood actor Arbaaz Khan has revealed that 60 per cent of  Salman Khan starrer Dabangg 3 has been completed. Arbaaz, who is the producer of the film, relayed the news during an interaction with media personnel at the sets of Sridevi Bungalow, reported a foreign media outlet. His brother Salman Khan will be back as police officer Chulbul Panday, starring opposite Southern actor Sudeep, who is the main villain in Dabangg 3. The movie is directed by Prabhu Deva and will release on December 20 later this year. “I am happy, satisfied and confident about the way the film is shaping up,” said Arbaaz. He also shared a video on Instagram featuring his brother. Watch it here!

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@beingsalmankhan Back in our birthplace for #Dabangg3 shoot @arbaazkhanofficial

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“We are in middle of a long schedule. We have completed almost 60 per cent shooting of the film and, hopefully by the end of September, we will wrap up entire shoot. We looking forward to release the film towards end of December. In fact, we have announced release date of the film,” Arbaaz said.“I am excited about the film, and we all are having a lot of fun while making it. People have told me that they have a lot of expectation from the film and I feel that is a nice thing. I know that people like this franchise and they love Chulbul Pandey’s character. If people weren’t excited, then that would be a cause of concern.”

Further on, expressing how blessed he is to survive in Bollywood so long, Arbaaz said that, “I made my acting debut in 1996. It has been 23 years, and even today if I get work then I think I am blessed. I feel fortunate that I am still working. We have seen people struggling to get work in this industry after two or three films. God has been kind to me. I have made my mark as an actor and I have also established myself as a producer with a franchise like Dabangg. I directed Dabangg 2, which was also a milestone film. Recently, I did a web series and hosted a talk show in the digital space. I am looking forward to work on digital platforms more often than not.”

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