On this day, the shooting of ‘Sikandar’ will begin at a height of 33 thousand feet, Salman Khan will fly in the air

A big update on Salman Khan’s Sikandar

Salman Khan is going to do wonders with ‘Sikandar’. In this film, he will be seen doing terrific action scenes. It means that this Eid may have passed without Bhaijaan’s film, but next year he is going to earn a bang. He is working very hard for this. Updates about his film keep coming from time to time. Now the shooting start date of his film has been announced.

The shooting of Sikandar is going to start from June 18. Filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwad himself has given this information by sharing a post on his Instagram. Posting a picture of Salman and himself, he wrote, “The NGE family is very excited to share the date of the first day of shooting of ‘Sikandar’ with the biggest air action sequence on 18th June.” AR Murugadoss is directing this film. This is the first time that she and Salman are doing a film together.

Air operations will take place

According to the information, Salman is going to be seen doing action in the first shooting of the film. He will start shooting with a terrific action scene in a plane at an altitude of 33,000 feet. For this he has been rehearsing for many days. Rashmika Mandanna can play the lead role in this film. Both will share the screen together for the first time. There are speculations that the film will be shot in Mumbai. However, the official shoot location has not been revealed.

If we talk about Sajid and Salman, both of them have a 100 percent track record so far. The pair produced Salman Khan’s first Rs 200 crore film ‘Kick’, directed by Sajid Nadiadwala. Earlier, Sajid and Salman have worked together in many films like ‘Kick’, ‘Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega’, ‘Muzse Shaadi Karogi’ and ‘Jaan-e-Man’.

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