Salman Khan has always considered Eid to be a lucky period for him at the box office. And this year, after a break in 2013, the actor will be back with a film during the festival.
We’re told that Salman is working non-stop to finish the movie, as the team has just a few months to complete the shoot and get into post-production.
A source close to the actor reveals, "Salman recently returned from Poland where he was busy shooting for the film. He will take a break this weekend as he has been shooting outdoor continuously. He will be back to the gruelling schedule next week onward."
The source adds that the shoot will resume on May 5. "They will be shooting at Mehboob Studio in Bandra, which is a five-minute drive from Salman’s house on Bandstand," says the source.
To save time, the makers have booked nearly four floors of the studio — which is almost the entire place — and have five active sets running simultaneously. "As soon as they finish a particular portion in one studio, they will move on to shoot the next scene on the other set without any breaks. Sets are being made and broken down continuously," adds the source.
We’ve been informed that this is a 25-day schedule where the entire cast will be shooting. Currently, they are shooting only the regular scenes.
The songs will be shot once that is done.
When contacted, the spokesperson of the film confirmed the news.