After Cyclone Tauktae destroyed the big set at SRPF Grounds in Goregaon, Mumbai, the Tiger 3 crew was forced to tear it down in May. At the time, Bollywood producer Aditya Chopra was opposed to the concept of rebuilding the set, which was a reproduction of a bustling Middle Eastern market, and hoped that the team might instead travel down to the UAE and shoot the sequences there in the months ahead. Chopra and filmmaker Maneesh Sharma have had the set recreated from the ground up so that Salman Khan may once again immerse himself in the milieu of the big-budget spy thriller.
The Bollywood actor is said to have reported to the Goregaon set early this week, according to a report. Salman has been filming for the film at the Yash Raj Studios in Andheri since September, according to a source. The set was being rebuilt by the production design team at the same time. It will be the setting for multiple high-octane action scenes in which Salman’s RAW agent Avinash Singh Rathore nicknamed Tiger and Katrina Kaif’s character Zoya battle the bad guys. According to the report, the director cancelled a bike pursuit scenario starring actor Salman and the film’s bad guys on Monday.
Salman Khan flew to Riyadh on Wednesday morning, only two days after completing the set-piece. We’ll watch him go from one job to the other in the coming weeks. It was also stated that the actor travelled out for the Dabangg: The Tour Reloaded concert, which is set to take place on December 10. On December 11, he will return to the nation and head straight to the Bigg Boss sets for the Weekend Ka Vaar filming. Salman will then continue filming for Tiger 3 at the SRPF Grounds on December 13th. The stent will be in place until the end of the year.
Salman Khan is now juggling a demanding schedule. He was busy promoting Antim, a film starring his brother-in-law Ayush Sharma, last month.