Much like his contemporaries, Salman Khan has lately been sharing on-set tidbits with his fans.
The latest are two behind-the-scene videos of a "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" song sequence reportedly titled "Beta Le Le Selfie" being shot at Film City, Mumbai. Dressed as lord Hanuman, tiny dancers groove to the beats while entertaining Salman, who too occasionally matches steps.
Reports suggest, after the superstar finishes shoot in the city, he along with Kareena Kapoor Khan will move to the valleys of Kashmir for a month-long schedule.
"70 percent of the shooting for Bajrangi Bhaijaan is done. Now, we have one long schedule in Kashmir in the months of April and May. As far as security arrangements for Salman is concerned, it's all being taken care of. Yes, the security bandobast would be elaborate," director Kabir Khan told Subhash K. Jha.
In other news, sources claim the first-look poster is ready and is set to release by March end. In 2014, it was widely reported that the "Kick" star will hand-paint it, after which it will be digitalised.
"The makers have already finalised the poster. It's ready. But the team wants a grand release of the same," DNA quoted an insider as saying.
Slated for a 16 July release, the film follows the love story of a Muslim man (Salman) and a Hindu Brahmin girl (Kareena), and their tryst with a lost Pakistani kid who strays away only to find herself at the Pak-India border. Shot across New Delhi, Mandawa, and now Mumbai, the film also stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui in a key role.
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