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Salman Khan did not leave Karan Johar's film: Rumors of leaving the film The Bull, will start shooting in February next year

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Salman Khan had an extended cameo in Karan Johar's directorial debut film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, released in 1998. Now, 25 years after this film, Karan Johar has cast Salman Khan in his production film The Bull. For the past several days, there was talk in the film circles that Salman Khan has left the film due to the dates not being finalised, however now if production sources are to be believed then this news is a mere rumour.

Last year, during the promotion of Tiger 3, Salman Khan had confirmed that he is a part of Karan Johar's film The Bull. He was also a part of the film's Muhurta in December 2023. However, for the past few days there has been news that Salman has refused to do the film due to repeated changes in shooting dates.

Meanwhile, Box Office India has quoted a source related to the film as saying that Salman is still a part of Karan's film The Bull. The news of his leaving the film is a rumour. Preparations for the film The Bull have started and Salman will start shooting for the film from February next year.

Salman will become Brigadier in the film The Bull

In the film The Bull, Salman Khan will be seen in the role of Brigadier Farooq Bulsara, who was the lead of Operation Cactus in Maldives in 1988. Farooq Buslara was a paramilitary officer on whom the film will be made. The shooting of the film will start from February 2025. Vishnu Vardhan is going to direct this film.

Let us tell you that these days Salman Khan is a part of the untitled film produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. AR has directed this film Jai Ho. Murugadoss is directing.

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