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Salman Khan to start shooting for "Tere Naam" sequel from 8th May onwards, thanked court for giving ideal location

08, May 2015 By ankush3

Mumbai. Super star and Dabang driver Salman Khan will start his shoot for “Tere Naam-2” from tomorrow onwards soon after reaching shoot location Yerewada Jail. Salman Khan wrote a letter to session court judge in which he thanked him for giving an ideal location for shooting for almost free of cost. The producers of this upcoming movie are pleased with the court’s decision as it has reduced movie budget by 40%.

''Jail from today Shooting from today''
”Jail from today Shooting from today”

At the same time, people who are close to Salman are giving mixed reactions. They said, “We are sad that Bhai is going away for 5 years. But at the same time we are hoping this movie will be such a block buster that Sohail and Arbaaz (and Malaika) don’t have to work for rest of their lives. Bhai jail nahi, apne bhaiyon ka bhavishya sudharne gaya hai“.

Our reporter had a chat with Sohail and Arbaaz where they revealed, “As soon as court announced the verdict, we filed an application to seek permission for shooting in jail premises. Fortunately, session court judges approved our request at a charge of 650 Rs per month.The sequel of Tere Naam was on cards but nothing was finalized about it due to bhai’s busy schedule. But when we saw that the case is progressing rapidly and verdict date is coming near, we started working on script of Tere Naam-2 . After having reading session with Sallu Bhai and his confirmation, we brought the rights of that script. The story of Tere Naam-2 will start exactly from the point where we left in Part-1.”

The atmosphere at Yerewada Jail is worth a mention. All convicts were already happy that they will be sharing space with Sallu Bhai. The announcement of movie to be shot in jail is like an icing on the cake for them. If reports are to be believed , Salman has decided to extend his “Being Human” behaviour in Jail also and promised a role for every convict there, like he does to every flop and foregone actors of Bollywood.