Salman teaches Sonakshi some dance steps
Salman normally releases all his movies during Eid; however, this will be after a long time that he will release his film during Christmas. Last when that had happened was in 1989 when his debut film “Maine Pyar Kiya” had released.
Sonakshi Sinha has been retained for the sequel to ‘Dabangg’, however, Malaika has been replaced by Bebo aka Kareena Kapoor. Kareena will be doing an item number for this movie which Malaika had previously done for ‘Dabangg’.
Latest on this film is that there is a melodious number in this film that required Sonakshi Sinha to dance. What will be worth watching in this track will be that Sonakshi will be doing some of the signature steps of Chulbul Pandey from the prequel. And these steps have been taught to her by Chulbul Pandey himself.
This idea of making her do some of the steps of the previous film was Salman’s idea and thus he also took interest in teaching her the dance steps that he did in the song “Munni Badnaam” alongside Malaika Arora Khan.
Mudassir Khan has been asked to choreograph this song who said “We had given very soft steps to Sonakshi as it is a short romantic sequence. Later Bhai came up with this idea of making her do some steps from Munni and it worked really well. Bhai has a great sense about dance and music.”
It was also revealed that Sonakshi learnt the steps pretty quickly.
The song that will film the duo has been named “Saanson Ne”. The lead pair has left for Dubai to shoot for this song. The shoot will be completed in two or three days.
An insider has claimed “It's the final song of the film; a romantic track sung by Sonu Nigam and Tulsi Kumar, and will be picturised on Salman and Sonakshi. They have already flown out of the city and filming has already started."
Also after filming this song Salman
Khan might throw a wrap-up party, to celebrate the completion of this film. The
source added “"It will be a party for the cast and crew. Salman is very
emotional and caring toward the team he works with. Being the last day of the
shoot, he will definitely do something for the unit."