Salman Khan: 'Dabangg 3' will be bigger than the first two films

Updated: Dec 10, 2017, 12:26 IST | PTI

Superstar Salman Khan has promised that his much awaited film "Dabangg 3" will be "bigger" than the firt two installments

Superstar Salman Khan has promised that his much awaited film "Dabangg 3" will be "bigger" than the firt two installments. "Dabangg" franchise features Salman in a Robinhood-like character Chulbul Pandey. While the first part was directed by Abhinav Kashyap and actor-producer Arbaaz Khan turned director with part two, the third film, which is said to be a prequel, will be helmed by choreographer-filmmaker Prabhudeva.

Salman Khan
Salman Khan

"I believe this is going to be bigger than the first two films," Salman said here at a press conference. The 52-year-old actor said the team will start shooting for the project in March next year. "We will start working on 'Dabangg 3' in March... Sonakshi is with me in the film. And the best character of the film 'Makhanchand Pandey' will also be back. Chulbul Pandey is incomplete without Makhanchand Pandey.

"I have recently got the narration of the script and it has got everything. It has fun, heroism, drama and emotions. It will be full of entertainment," he added. Salman was speaking at the press conference promoting his Da-Bangg The Tour. After travelling to the countries like UK, New Zealand, Australia and Hong Kong, the star-studded tour featuring Sonakshi Sinha, Prabhu Deva, Kriti Sanon, Meet Bros, Manish Paul and Daisy Shah has come to India and Delhi is the first stop. The show will happen tomorrow at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.

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