Salman Khan has a huge fan base and is lovingly called “Bhaijaan” by his die-hard fans who go to many levels to prove their love for this Dabangg Khan. While he is also shooting Rajshri Production of “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo”, the actor arrived in Kashmir to shoot for “Bajrangi Bhaijaan”.

Salman Khan arrived in Kashmir today for the shooting of some final sequences on his upcoming movie “Bajrangi Bhaijaan”.


The final leg of the shoot is expected to be completed in the next 40 days. It stars glamorous Kareena Kapoor opposite him and is the most awaited movie of the year. This final shoot was scheduled long back but was delayed due to an unfortunate flood situation on the river Jhelum.

The movie is directed by Kabir Khan whose previous direction “Ek tha Tiger” also starred Salman Khan and was an enormous hit.


The shoot is supposed to highlight the beautiful locations in the valley including Gulmarg and Pahalgam, and also other famous resorts. The director of the film Kabir Khan broke the news of the final shoot on his official twitter page . Interestingly, he also mentioned that the teaser will be out soon which pumped up the excitement levels for the movie.

As per reports, Salman Khan's welcome at the Srinagar International Airport was traditional, and a huge crowd was present outside the airport just to have one glimpse of the Dabangg Khan.

Salman is not the first Khan to shoot in the valley, however. Shahrukh Khan and Amir Khan have already explored the beauty of the place in their previously released respective movies and Salman is the third amongst the Khan to join the league. Apart from Salman and Kareena, it also stars Nawazuddin Siddique who plays an agent in the movie which is enough of a fact to guess that the movie will be a high voltage drama.

The movie was supposed to feature in July 2015, but due to the delay in the shooting schedule it is now slated for an Eid 2015 release (like all other Salman Khan movies) and is expected to yet again break all Bollywood box office records.

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