All work and no play for Salman

Sep 30, 2011, 08:41 IST | Subhash K Jha

Salman's five-day schedule in the city is too packed to include even his last film's success party

Salman's five-day schedule in the city is too packed to include even his last film's success party

Salman Khan is back in town after over a month and not surprisingly, his schedule is chock-o-block. The actor was first in the US to treat his nerve disorder and then in Dublin to shoot for a film.

He now has just five days to finish all his work in Mumbai before he flies out of the country again.

Unfortunately, this leaves him with little time to party. He will not even be able to celebrate the success of Bodyguard.

Now, The actor's brother-in-law, also the producer of the film, Atul Agnihotri confirms that the movie's success party has been postponed.

A source further adds, "Atul had put the bash on hold until Salman's return. But, now with the actor's jam-packed schedule, there's no time for a party.

Besides, Salman has to be in topnotch shape when he returns to Dublin on October 2 to shoot for Ek Tha Tiger. He will be shooting some complicated action sequences there.
It's a super-hectic week ahead for Sallu in spite of the doctor's advice that the star take it easy after his surgery."

Important meeting
Besides shooting for the reality show he is hosting along with actor and pal Sanjay Dutt, the actor also has another important meeting planned with filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwala.
"Salman is moved by Sajid's decision to prepone Housefull 2 to April 3 so that it doesn't clash with his next movie to be directed by Kabir Khan, which is scheduled to release on June 1.

Sajid and Salman are meeting in a day or two," explains the source.

Meanwhile, the action team is gearing up for the tough sequences to be shot once Salman returns to Dublin.
The production house's spokesperson adds, "The shooting in Dublin is still on with Katrina (while Salman is here in Mumbai). And then the action team will prepare before we start shooting with him from October 4."

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