As a result, India's biggest two superstars are gonna fight it out at the box office as Kaala Karikalan has now been postponed to June 15, 2018 - the same date Salman Khan's Race 3 is slated to release. On the other hand, Salman Khan starrer Race 3 is the third instalment of the Race franchise which also stars Bobby Deol, Jacqueline Fernandez, Daisy Shah, Saqib Saleem, Freddy Daruwala and Anil Kapoor in prominent roles. It has been learnt that the final schedule was to be shot in South Africa, but was apparently called off after the court ordered that Khan can't travel out of the country without its permission.
Although not speaking up on the matter of Salman Khan's conviction, Ramesh Taurani, producer of Race 3 confirmed that they will indeed be shooting in Leh. He added that the location suits the mood of the song they plan to shoot there.
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There is an importance to this day in Bollywood as Salman Khan chooses Eid for his film's releases as a sentiment.
"According to the original plan, South Africa was going to be the second last schedule followed by the Mumbai leg". After spending two night in the jail, he finally got a bail, but he has to attend the hearing in the High Court on May 7.
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Race 3 makers including director Remo D'Souza were of the opinion to wrap up the Mumbai schedule first.
The ongoing strike in the Tamil film industry has stalled the release of many big-ticket movies including Rajinikanth's gangster drama Kaala. We hear that the entire cast and crew are taking off to Leh in the next 10 days.
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