Bollywood ‘Bhai Jaan’ Salman Khan is ready to play the groovy father in the upcoming film of Remo D’Souza. He first plays a reluctant dad in film Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai, now after 18 years, he will play once again a father rule.
The 51-year-old Bollywood actor has given a greeting to director and choreographer Remo D’Souza’s upcoming film. A dance-drama based on the emotional trip of an experienced dancer and his 13-year-old daughter on her way to achieving success.
Currently, in an interview with a weekly magazine, Khan gave a hint at the hard training that he will have to experience for the untitled project which will start in the year 2018. The actor’s excerpt is saying that “In my next, I’m playing the father to a 13-years-old girl. It’s a film about dancing. Like the Hollywood Step Up franchise. I’m going to be a properly trained dancer. You know how painful that is? But I’ve always believed that effortless hard work should be seen on-screen.”
According to the sources, Khan had shed 18 kgs for play a wrestler in his last released film ‘Sultan,’ now he will have to get a leaner build to play a dancer coming the year 2018. A source said that “Salman listens to the choreographer, then, goes ahead and does his own steps, so it’s going to be a lot of lessons for him this time.”
It seems that D’Souza met Salman to discuss the script of his dance-drama. However, it was kept stop since Khan had no time. Then choreographer and director force into his superhero brush, Tiger Shroff ‘A Flying Jatt’ starrer. In the meantime, Khan got busy with his Kabir Khan’s Tubelight.
In this year 2017, Khan is going to start shooting ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, and in 2018, it will be Remo’s turn.