Salman Khan in Radhe (Photo Credit: Instagram)
While the rest of Bollywood is occupied with household chores, painting and workout sessions with family and pals, Salman Khan is at work, err, Work From Home. The 'Dabangg' actor is in no mood to sit back and relax amidst the coronavirus lockdown as he is utilising the time for the post-production work on his first release of 2002, Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai that comes June during Eid. Reports suggest the Salman is practising self-solation at the same time has converted his Panvel farmhouse to his workstation come studio were editors and other technical experts can work in isolation on the film, shoot for which has already been wrapped up except for a song.
According to a report by Mid-Day Salman is working away from home from Pavel where his team is working on the post-production of his film so that there is no delay in the release of the film. The crew has to shoot a song featuring Salman and Disha which will be completed once the lockdown is over and the coronavirus pandemic is dealt with. The Prabhudeva directorial also stars Jackie Shroff and Randeep Hooda, Govind Namdev. The team was supposed to fly to Baku in Azerbaijan for the film’s shoot, but that got cancelled due to the outbreak of coronavirus outbreak.
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"He was clear that taking precautions was of utmost importance at this time. So, he took a small post-production team with him. The superstar headed to Panvel last Wednesday. While director Prabhudheva is in Chennai, Salman is constantly in touch with him over the phone. The two are supervising the editing," the source close to Salman Khan revealed to the national daily.
Salman earlier had plans to attach the trailer of Radhe with Ranveer Singh's 83 that was eyeing for an April release but was pushed over the COVID-29 pandemic. Here's now hoping that everything gets back to normalcy so the movie releases that are due can get to theatres soon.