Salman Khan is busy shooting for Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo. While his filmi career is on a full swing, the actor’s personal life is still in trouble, his black buck case hearing is scheduled on February 25th.
While we are not sure what the final judgement on the case will be, we are sure that a new upcoming movie based on this case will definitely make for an interesting watch.
The film have been named as Quaidi No. 210 since Salman was referred like that when in 2006, he was sent to jail for hunting two Chinkaras and a Black Buck.
Director Ranjeet Sharma also revealed, “I’ve signed Salman’sRanjeet Sharma said, “I’m a resident of Jodhpur, my paperwork is in order and I’ve taken all the necessary permissions. We will be shooting the courtroom scene on February 25, the day Salman’s verdict is expected.” , Harish Dhulani, and we will be using the same Gypsy he drove during the shikaar.” Not just the , even Salman’s jail inmate Mahesh Saini is cast in the movie.
Not fearing any legal trouble, the director has not even informed Salman about this film, he added, “It’s not a biopic so I don’t need his permission.”
Newcomer Usmaan Khan who looks like Salman has been roped in to play the lead role while the search for the actresses to play Aishwarya Rai and Katrina Kaif is still going on. It is yet to see if the filmmaker will ever manage to finish shooting the movie and release it as well.Tags: Salman Khan Similar Stories
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