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Salman calls the shots

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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Salman Khan, who has begun shooting for Race 3, asked for a few changes in the set of the movie, since he wasn't happy with what he saw. The scene was that to be of a high-tech robbery, but Salman wasn't pleased.

"Salman felt that the look of the set was too tacky, going by the kind of films the Indian audiences are exposed to these days, and asked for changes to be made," says a source.

"Salman is now taking a lot more interest in every detail of the film, having worked with intelligent filmmakers like Kabir Khan and Ali Abbas Zafar in recent times. The actor will not be taking anything for granted any longer, and is expected to use his almost three-decade experience to good effect in bettering the quality of his films."








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