You must have seen the young avatar of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan in Bharat, whose posters, trailers and songs have already been released. The fans of Salman have appreciated the hard work done by Bajrangi Bhaijan in the shooting of Bharat, which is an official adaptation of Korean Blockbuster film ‘Ode To My Father’. In the film, Sallu is portraying five roles ranging from his younger character to 72-old elderly man.
Yes, there is no doubt Salman Khan looked exactly the way he used to look in the 90s. But do you know that, making his look more realistic, makers of Bharat have used the Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) technology on Salman Khan?
You must be a fan of Salman Khan, but you must have noticed the look he donned (that we saw in the posters) is a quite younger and elder version of him. It is not enough, apart from Bharat, the same CGI technique will be used in his most anticipated movie, Dabangg 3 too.
If a report published in Pinkvilla is believed, In Dabangg franchise, there will be a lot of CGI techniques on Salman’s young Chulbul Pandey avatar.
A source told the publication, “Since Dabangg 3 will see a prequel and sequel format where the past of Chulbhul will be dealt with in flashback format for the first time, the makers will be using CGI to make Chulbhul look young in the flashbacks.”
In Dabangg 3, Salman Khan will be seen alongside his Dabangg co-star Sonakshi Sinha. The film is scheduled to release on Christmas this year.
The first schedule of Dabangg 3 was filmed in Indore and later they started their second schedule in Mumbai. The movie will have Arbaaz Khan in a pivotal role and if reports are to be believed, Salman will be doing an item number for the movie as well.
Currently, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif are busy promoting their upcoming film, Bharat, co-starring Tabu, Jackie Shroff, Nora Fatehi and others in the significant roles. The film is all set to hit the theatres on Eid 2019.