Buzz is that Shah Rukh Khan has booked a huge share of one of the most lavish resorts in Dubai for more than a month, but not for a pleasure trip. The actor will be shooting an important scene for his upcoming film Happy New Year there, reports Mumbai Mirror.
The shooting will start there sometime in August.
A source told the tabloid, "While Farah has been busy finalising the leading lady, her other crew members have already finalised some of the places where the film with five male and one female lead, will be shot. This underwater resort is where an important sequence of the film is shot.”
The source also added that thanks to SRK’s great rapport with Dubai, team Happy New Year will have exclusive access to the property.
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