Whiz Salman Khan has gotten rid of the facial hair he was donning for some time now for "Sultan" and the on-screen character has shared two a picture of himself from the film's set wearing a clean-shaven look. With dust all over and soil grasped in his clench hand, Salman looks raring to go in the new picture. The force and agony in his eyes are substantial.
The up and coming games show's official Twitter account yesterday posted another photograph of Salman, wearing white. Looking crisp and etched, the 50-year-old star resists any conceivable indication of his age.
"Sultan's new look without the mustache will bring Valentine's Day early this year! #OnTheSets #SultanEid2016," the inscription read.
Coordinated by Ali Abbas Zafar, the film additionally stars Anushka Sharma and is delivered by Yash Raj Films.
What's more, passing by the reports, the film will conflict with Shah Rukh Khan, Pakistani excellence Mahira Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer "Raees" at the Box Office.
One can anticipate that an intriguing foundation will the performing artist's character. We can hardly wait to discover how and why Salman changed into this beguiling gentleman to Sultan in the film.
Salman Khan assumes the part of a wrestler in the film that is being coordinated Ali Abbas Zafar and created by Aditya Chopra. The performing artist has spent around four-hours every day to get into shape and has likewise taken in a couple little-known techniques.
Stunt proficient Larnell Stovall and his group has been assisting the on-screen character to get his moves right.
The performing artist, who even learned steed riding for the film, has been matched inverse Anushka Sharma for the first run through.
Salman Khan plays Haryana's champion wrestler Sultan Ali Khan. Anushka plays his adoration interest. After a progression of shocking occasions, the two need to go separate ways. Wounded by the disaster, Salman chooses to enjoy every one of the indecencies which spoils his profession of a national level wrestler. It is at exactly that point that he battles the evil spirits inside of him and in the long run triumphs as he wins the gold award for India at the China Olympics. A blend of adoration, activity and a dash of patriotism tossed in, the executive has kept up that Sultan will oblige a colossal area of the gathering of people and is touted to be another historic point film in Salman's vocation.