The fans of Salman Khan has got a double delight today as they get to see not just the motion poster of the film Dabangg 3 but at the same time can catch a leaked picture from the sets of the said movie. As you check the still Salman Khan is seen on a monster bike giving an action sequence in it. The film has a few high-octane action sequences in the movie. Now, talking about the still photo, we can find Salman Khan in the role of Chulbul Pandey.
He is seen over his red-colored ATV quad bike, while he is seen carrying his signature look and with his police uniform along with his cool and dark sunglasses for the shoot. The intense expressions he has posed on his bike has made us get the real glimpse and feel of the scene behind it. Salman Khan has earlier released the motion poster on the social media with his own style asking his fans to welcome him.
The film has Sonakshi Sinha as Rajjo while Arbaaz Khan plays his brother in it. The film has Prabhudheva as its director thus bringing Khan with him after nine long years after they did Dabangg 2. The film also has the daughter of Mahesh Manjrekar called Saiee Manjrekar, who plays the love interest of younger version of Salman Khan. The film was shot in different places including in MP, Rajasthan, Mumbai, Maheshwar, and Pune. It will be released in Hindi along with the South Indian languages like Tamil, Telugu and Kannada.
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