Amy Jackson & Waluscha De Sousa to star in ‘Dabangg 3’?

Speculations are rife that Amy Jackson and former supermodel-turned-actress Waluscha De Sousa might star in Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg 3’. The superstar was recently spotted partying with the two ladies, and the pictures shared on social media hint towards the actresses joining the third part of the hit franchise.

Producer Arbaaz Khan, who will also be directing ‘Dabangg 3’, had already confirmed that Sonakshi will be a part of the third instalment of the action movie franchise. At the same time, he had also hinted that the upcoming movie might have another leading lady. It appears that the makers have zeroed in the other heroines for the movie.

A photograph of Salman with Waluscha and Amy from the party was shared on Instagram by the ‘Sultan’ actor’s stylist Ashley Robello, and it was the caption which caught the attention. "#saturdaynight and the possible #heroines of Dabaang 3 ha ha #amyjackson #walucha with #beingsalmankhan," the designer captioned the picture.

Waluscha has already made her Bollywood debut with Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘Fan’ that released in April this year. Amy is a close friend of Salman and was supposed to star opposite him in ‘Kick’, but she missed the opportunity due to date issues and the role was bagged by Jacqueline Fernandez.

Amy had later said that she would like to work with Salman if she gets another chance. "I missed out on an opportunity to work with Salman Khan in 'Kick.' I was offered the film but could not take it up as I had signed a three-year contract with Shankar for my regional film 'I'. I had been a fan of Salman Khan even before debuting in Bollywood. It is my dream to work with him. Salman and I are good friends and I hope I get a chance to work with him again soon," the ‘Singh Is Bliing’ actress was quoted as saying earlier.

Looks like Amy’s wish has been fulfilled. ‘Dabangg 3’ is still in scripting stage and is likely to go on floors in mid-2017. Meanwhile, Amy will be next seen in Salman’s brother Sohail Khan’s directorial ‘Freaky Ali’ with Nawazuddin Siddiqui. The film is slated to hit screens on September 9.

Salman, on the other hand, is busy with Kabir Khan’s ‘Tubelight’.