Written byRanpreet Kaur ·
Salman Khan, who is gearing up for the much talked-about third installment of the Dabangg series, is donning another hat for it.
Apart from headlining and bankrolling the movie, the superstar will now be involved in dialog writing and choreographing his action sequences in it.
Media reports said that he has been giving "impromptu inputs" on the sets during dialog writing and action scenes.
As per a report published in ET Times, Salman's suggestions are being incorporated in the script of the movie (naturally). "He is also involved in choreographing the high octane action sequences which are sure to leave us all amazed," a source was stated as saying.
Meanwhile, Salman also underwent extensive physical training to shoot an exciting, action-packed climax for the movie recently.
Reportedly, it was a shirtless fight opposite antagonist Kiccha Sudeep, and featured some freehand fight combat scenes between the actors.
The 53-year-old had to alter his workout regime to maintain his flexibility in those scenes, and included "stretching and rope skipping activities in his exercise routine."
Interestingly, Dabangg 3 will have two parallel tracks focusing on the past and present lives of Chulbul Pandey.
For sequences that require Salman to look younger, he has been training relentlessly for over six months to get that perfect shape.
"Ever since the film's shoot started, he started working on his physique, and added multiple tough exercises in his routine," a source had stated.
They will be reprising their respective roles of Rajjo and Makkhi.
However, Vinod Khanna, who passed away in April 2017 due to bladder cancer, will be replaced by his younger brother Pramod.
Pramod will essay the role of Chulbul's father, Prajapati Pandey, in Dabangg 3.
Dabangg 3 will be helmed by Prabhu Deva and will mark his second collaboration with Salman. The actor-director duo had earlier worked in 2009 release Wanted, which was a box office hit. Dabangg 3 is slated to hit theaters on December 20 this year.
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