Salman Khan Just Shared a Silhouette Near Narmada From Sets of Dabang 3 Fans Are Going Gaga Over It
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Published by Amrit Santlani on 03 Apr 2019
Salman Khan took Instagram by storm as he shared a photo from the sets of Dabangg 3. Dabangg 3 is the third installment of the Dabangg franchise. It is one of the most successful franchises of Bollywood. The movie is being helmed by Prabhu Deva.
Salman recently shared a silhouette of himself from Indore, on Instagram captioned, “Shooting for #dabangg 3 on the beautiful ghats of Narmada.”
The photo shows Salman walking on the ghats of Narmada River. He can be seen sporting a shirt and bell bottoms with a belt, strolling casually with his usual elegance cum swag across the banks of the river amidst ecstatic kids jumping like monkeys. Salman Khan plays the corrupt cop Chulbul Pandey in the Dabangg franchise who indulges in moral as well as physical conflicts with bad people and establishes law and order in the place where he lives or where he serves.
Not long ago, Salman shared a snap of himself, with Prabhu Deva. He followed it up with a clip of his big bro Arbaaz announcing the schedule of the shoot.
Previous two installments of Dabbang received rave reviews from audiences across the globe. In fact, Hollywood hot-shot director Joe Russo, who was in Mumbai for the Press Tour of Avengers: Endgame praised the comic book style action cinematography of the movie.
Russo said, “I’m an action director so I saw Dabangg many years ago and then Dabangg 2. I thought the camera work was great in these films. The tone and energy is also great. So, I certainly know Salman Khan”.
Dabangg movies have been box office blockbusters and hence the public is really looking forward to the third installment of the franchise.
In fact, Salman Khan is known to have started the trend of cop masala movies in India. He was able to cast the magical spell on the audience, thanks to his machismo and style.
Apart from Dabbang 3, Salman is also preparing for the release of multi-starrer Bharat.