"Feels good": Salman resumes shooting 'Radhe' after six months
Salman Khan's upcoming action-thriller movie, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai, was earlier slated to release in May this year. While the shoot of the film had begun in November last year, it had to be discontinued in March, thanks to the coronavirus-induced restrictions. But good news is that Salman is back to shoot after a hiatus of 6.5 months. Here's more on this.
A brief about 'Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai'
Radhe has been directed by Prabhu Deva. He has earlier directed Salman in Dabangg 3, which was released in 2019. Disha Patani will be seen opposite Salman in the movie. They had last worked together in Bharat. Apart from her, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai will also feature Randeep Hooda and Jackie Shroff in pivotal roles.
The shoot will be completed in 2-3 weeks
Atul Agnihotri, who is co-producing the film, said the shoot will be completed in the next two or three weeks. "A few remaining sequences along with some action scenes and patchwork will be completed during this schedule," he stated. He also revealed that all cast and crew members went through COVID-19 test and that a team of doctors would examine everybody on the sets.
Salman recently dropped a picture from the sets
Meanwhile, Salman recently took to Instagram to share an image from the sets of Radhe. "Back to shoot after 6 and 1/2 months...feels good #Radhe (sic)," he captioned the post. In the picture, the 54-year-old star is seen wearing a black jacket with his back facing the camera. The remaining film will be shot at ND Studios in Karjat and Mehboob Studios in Mumbai.
Check out Salman's Instagram post here
Salman also has 'Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali' in pipeline
Separately, Salman has started filming for Bigg Boss 14. The reality show premiered on Saturday night. He also has Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali in the pipeline. The movie will be directed by Farhad Samji and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. While it was slated to release on Eid 2021, it might be pushed to a later date because of the delay in schedules over COVID-19.