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‘Tiger 3’: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif to resume shooting of the film from July 23 – Eagles Vine

After a gap of three months, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif will resume the shooting of ‘Tiger 3’ in Mumbai from July 23 onwards. The makers have reportedly slated their international schedule for August.

According to a report in a news portal, only the lead cast has been asked to report for a few days as the director Maneesh Sharma wants to film a few dramatic sequences with them. The report also added that Emraan Hashmi, who plays the antagonist in the film, will also be joining Salman and Katrina in this schedule to shoot a pivotal confrontational scene.

The makers of the film had constructed a replica of the Middle Eastern market on a Mumbai ground. However, the set was dismantled after it was partially destroyed by Cyclone Tauktae. Now, the makers will reportedly be reconstructing the set even though only a small portion of the film is remaining to be shot. The report stated that the makers are keen on pursuing their plan of an international schedule. They are likely to head out of the country post-August 15. While the destinations have yet to be locked, Europe and the Middle East form a part of the narrative. So, they thought it would be wiser to shoot the remaining portions at a market in Dubai.

Apart from this, Salman Khan will be seen in Mahesh Manjrekar’s ‘Antim’ co-starring his brother-in-law Aayush Sharma in the lead role. He also has ‘Kick 2’ with Jacqueline Fernandez and ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’ with Pooja Hegde.

Reports are also rife that he is keen to be a part of the official Hindi remake of Vijay’s ‘Master’. However, he is yet to lock the project and make an official announcement about the same.

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