The Salman Khan starrer film Dabangg 3 is certainly among the most awaited movies in B Town for the fans of the superstar. All are super excited to see the return of Chulbul Pandey on the silver screen, and the film has already hit the floor. The shooting is currently going on for the film, and they have faced issues while ire of the local BJP political leader and now the Archaeological Survey of India or ASI doing the rest asking them to remove two antique pieces from the sets of the film.
Earlier, during the shooting of the film, the makers had covered the Shivling with a wooden plank, which somewhere caught by someone and went viral over the social media. This led the BJP to react and the local leader twitted warning him against the insult they have made that made Salman Khan clarify things calling himself also a Shivbhakt. Now, the ASI has asked them to get rid of the antique pieces from the film’s set.
The film went on the floor this month in the state of MP, and the team has chosen a historical location of Maheshwar to shoot the film. As per reports, the figurines located close to the fort area close to the river had suffered some damage that has invited the wrath.
Dabangg 3 went on floor earlier this month in Madhya Pradesh where the team shot at many historic locations in and around Maheshwar. According to recent reports, one of the figurines that were located in the fort near the Narmada River suffered damage during the shoot of the film. It is being said that a part of the figurine was broken when the film’s team was removing the set of Dabangg from the location. Vijaylakshmi, the culture minister of the state, too has condemned the issue and warned them against the damages over the historical locations.