Salman Khan is ‘Dabangg’ even in his real life and is continuing to shoot for Race 3 despite getting death threats
Salman Khan is ‘Dabangg’ even in his real life. Salman Khan was in the news recently for receiving death threats from gangster Lawrence Bishnoi. According to a report in Mumbai Mirror the ‘Bhai Of Bollywood’ refused to lay low following death threats from members of a Rajasthani community, will shoot for the title song of his upcoming film amidst tight security.
Previously cops had unexpectedly dropped in on the sets of Salman Khan’s Race 3 in Film City and told both him and producer Ramesh Taurani that the shoot would have to be stopped immediately following threats from the gangster Lawrence Bishnoi with regard to the black buck case. Though he returned home that day in a car with the cops, the actor refused to lie low and insisted on shooting amidst tight security. After wrapping up a steamy dance number with Jacqueline Fernandez who is paired opposite him in the third instalment of the thriller franchise, Salman kicks off the five-day shoot for the title track today, with Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Jacqueline Fernandez, Daisy Shah, Saqib Saleem and Freddy Daruwala, at a city studio. Of course, security has been beefed up.
According to a source close to the development, the actor had been rehearsing with his co-stars and director-choreographer Remo D’souza in between scenes last week despite having little time to spare what with the Bigg Boss finale and other commitments.
“The song shoot is on schedule. Like the two previous title tracks, this one too will be mounted on a grand scale. A special set has been designed for the song. Next month the unit moves to Bangkok and then on to Dubai and Abu Dhabi. They are expected to finish by March with the last of the film being wrapped up in Mumbai, ” the source informed. Producer Ramesh Taurani confirmed the news.
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