The YouTube show sees celebrities talk about social media trolls and how they react to their comments.
Salman Khan and Arbaaz Khan
Arbaaz Khan has begun shooting for the second season of his talk show, Pinch. On Monday, Superstar brother Salman was the guest. Earlier this month, he had shot for an episode with Kiara Advani. The YouTube show sees celebrities talk about social media trolls and how they react to their comments.
Talking about Salman Khan's work front, Mid-day has it that ahead of the filming of the third instalment of the Tiger franchise, Khan has been hard at work, prepping for the action sequences of the film. A source close to the production house says, “[Producer] Aditya Chopra has appointed an international team of highly trained stunt coordinators from South Africa. They were flown down to Mumbai on Thursday. Fitness trainer Rajendra Dhole too has been working with Salman to help him get fitter. After Bigg Boss, Salman will film for Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathan, in which he also essays the same character. He will then move on to shoot Tiger 3. Once the Mumbai schedule is over, the unit will head to Dubai and Istanbul.”
The actor is undergoing a gruelling exercise regimen and is on a diet to do justice to his role of a RAW agent in the Maneesh Sharma-directed venture, which rolls on March 8. “Salman will meet the international team after the Bigg Boss finale. He is expected to learn parkour. The team-head already met with Salman and writer Jaideep Sahni for a storyboard narration. The trio also discussed a few ideas.”
Arbaaz Khan, on the other hand, will soon begin shooting for Return Ticket After 30 Years, marking his first project post the pandemic. The Nishant GK Ranjan-directed venture sees him play a supportive husband to wife Kavita, a rape survivor, who fights for justice after three decades.
The actor believes that the human drama tells an important story in a country where the wheels of justice are infamously slow. “We have often heard how rape survivors do not get justice, and are unfortunately blamed by society. I’m hoping this film will be helpful in [changing] people’s mindset,” he says.