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Arbaaz Khan to bring his father's life on screen! To make a documentary on Salim Khan

Arbaaz Khan to feature Salim Khan's life on screen. A documentary to be made on Salim Khan by Arbaaz

Arbaaz Khan,Salim Khan Arbaaz Khan to bring his father's life on screen! To make a documentary on Salim Khan Source : Press


Depicting the real life story on screen is significantly challenging for the filmmakers who is accountable to reflect the veracity and the intention of the subject. Arbaaz Khan, who is currently gearing up for the third installment of Dabangg franchise is also planning to make a documentary on his father Salim Khan.


"I spoke to my father about making a documentary on him. I have been seriously contemplating that. He has such a huge body of work and has led a very interesting life from the beginning of his career until now," said Arbaaz to a leading daily.


Talking about the biopic, Arbaaz said, "If someone has to play that character, he should play his age from a youngster to what he is today. I have seen Sanju, and Ranbir has shown what he can do. My first choice would be him".


Meanwhile, Arbaaz is looking into the pre-production of Dabangg 3 which will go on floors in 2019.


"The script is almost locked, as is the cast and the tech of the film. The production design and the location recce are in progress, and we hope to commence principal shooting by the end of February or early March,"
he informed.


When questioned about the speculations surrounding his possible marriage with his girlfriend Giorgia Andriani, Arbaaz said, "Let them say what they want to say. If I want to say anything about my life, I will say it when the time comes, be it about marriage or whatever. I have spent 22 years in the industry and I know what to speak and what not to."


Talking about his upcoming film Jack and Dil, Arbaaz said, "It is an interesting take on relationships. A new couple does a lot of things for each other. And slowly they lose interest and it affects the relationship. It is a part of life and a lot of people experience this."




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