Published: Sat, April 07, 2018

Nearly Rs 600 crore riding on Salman Khan

Nearly Rs 600 crore riding on Salman Khan

Race 3 is the biggest Eid release. However, Kick 2, Dabangg 3, and Bharat have not been started yet so there is not going to have a huge loss.

The actor is now working on the almost completed Race 3, due for an Eid release on June 15.

The most awaited film offering of Salman is the multi-starrer Race 3, but it seems like the release date of the film may be postponed as the film's shooting is incomplete. The Tiger Zinda Hai actor was sentenced to five years in jail and will be lodged in Jodhpur Central Jail. Multiple court cases, a number of controversies and trouble with women in his life have not been able to stop his fans from thronging the theatres every time a Bhai film is out. "He didn't start any other film so there is no chance for others films to get stuck". Three films have already been announced. "The other big films are Kick 2, Dabangg 3 and Bharat.each of Salman Khan's films are Rs 150 to Rs 200 crore", a Bollywood insider said.

"'Race 3' is nearly complete, only dubbing is left so I don't think any of the films would be affected by the verdict".

Now once you know that Salman Khan is going to be part of a film, you just know what to expect.

Salman has multiple films in his kitty. It was partly shot in Abu Dhabi recently. It is being co-produced by Salman Khan Films and Ramesh Taurani's Tips Industries Ltd. It remains to be seen if Khan's lawyers can get him out. Official remake of Korean film, Ode to My Father, the film is mounted on a lavish scale and might mark the return of Priyanka Chopra to Bollywood. The Dabangg series is produced by Arbaaz Khan. After both prequels Dabangg and Dabangg 2 proved to be box office hits, Dabangg 3 was expected to be another treat for fans.

Meanwhile, Bollywood is shuddering at the prospect of the actor spending five years in prison as the superstar has projects worth over Rs 600 crore under his belt. The announcement of the film was first made on Twitter in February this year.

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