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Shah Rukh Khan to join Salman Khan for Tiger 3 in January; Salman is reading scripts for Eid 2024

Salman Khan has completed primary filming on Kisika Bhai Kisiki Jaan, directed by Farhad Samji. Salman has already announced that he would have two films released in 2023, and has reserved the festive seasons of Eid and Diwali for the premiere of the movie. While Bhai/Jaan shoot has done up, notwithstanding certain patchwork bits set to take place in the month of January, Salman is anticipated to conclude work on his second release of the year, Tiger 3 by end of February.

Shah Rukh Khan to join him soon

The Pathaan and Tiger crossover filming will take place at Yash Raj Studios in Mumbai for roughly 7 to 10 days, and the director, Maneesh Sharma, has created a major action scene that justifies the appearance of these two superstars. “Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan in one picture justifies celebration on the big screen. While their first crossover will occur in Pathaan, a Republic Day 2023 release, the two are planning Tiger 3 for the Diwali weekend. The whole YRF is excited to be presenting two of Indian cinema’s top stars in such a magnificent manner,” the source said.

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Salman Khan is reading scripts to book slot for EID 2024

Salman Khan is now working on Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan’s post-production. While there is speculation about his next all throughout, we can confirm that he is yet to lock any film. “If all goes per expectations, Salman Khan will begin work on a new film in April 2023. But at the time, he is not even close to sealing his next project. There have been various bids, including a couple from the South, but Salman has yet to take a move toward confirming any project. He’s listening to screenplays and taking his time to decide on his next project for Eid 2024,” the person stated.

 

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