Salman Khan's "Sultan" is expected to make record-smashing box office collection in its opening weekend itself. Pictured: Salman Khan in "Sultan" poster.Salman Khan/ Facebook

A crew member of Salman Khan's upcoming movie "Sultan" encountered a ghost at a hotel near the shooting site, reports Bollywoodlife. The crew members of the film were staying at a hotel near Nitin Chandrakant Desai Studios in Karjat.

A crew member experienced some paranormal activity in his hotel room. The report quoted a source saying that the crew member suddenly noticed something was moving inside his room.

He saw a shapeless figure floating mid-air; this terrified him so much that he immediately left the room, the report added. When Salman leant about the incident, he asked the crew member to stay somewhere near the bungalow he was staying in. After this ghost story reached other crew members, all of them decided to move out of the hotel.

The makers of "Sultan" recently wrapped up the first schedule of the movie's shooting and are prepping to start the second schedule soon. Salman's "Sultan" has been one of the most talked about upcoming movies for various reasons. Apart from the fact that Salman will be seen playing the role of a wrestler for the first time, speculations about the film's cast are rife.

Speculations about several actresses, including Kriti Sanon, playing the lead role in the film have been doing the rounds. Although the actress had recently announced that she has not been offered "Sultan", rumours still suggest that the makers of the film are considering her as the lead actress of "Sultan".

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