Dabangg 3: Salman Khan introduces Saiee Manjrekar's Khushi ahead of trailer release on 23 October
Dabangg 3 also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Pramod Khann and Kiccha Sudeep in supporting roles.
In the caption, Salman described Khushi as "innocent" and "pure" before reminding his fans that the film's trailer will be out on 23 October.
Here is the poster
Hamari pure innocent masoom Khushi...#Dabangg3TrailerOutTomorrow@saieemmanjrekar@arbaazSkhan@sonakshisinha@PDdancing@KicchaSudeep@nikhil_dwivedi@SKFilmsOfficial@saffronbrdmediapic.twitter.com/xrg1oYbjbQ
— Chulbul Pandey (@BeingSalmanKhan) October 22, 2019
Salman also shared a video, where he speaks about Saiee's character Khushi. "Inki khushi ke liye hum kisi ko bhi dukhi kar sakte hain (I can make anyone miserable for the sake of her happiness)", he can be heard saying in the video.
Watch the video here
Salman Khan introduces a new character from #Dabangg3: #Khushi portrayed by Saiee M Manjrekar... Stars Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha... Directed by Prabhu Dheva... 20 Dec 2019 release... #Dabangg3Trailer out tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/Fotdx1nFji
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 22, 2019
The cast of Dabangg 3 will see Vinod Khanna's brother Pramod as Prajapati Pandey, Sonakshi Sinha as Rajjo and Kiccha Sudeep as Balli. According to reports, Arbaaz Khan will once again play Chulbul's step-brother Makkhi, while Dimple Kapadia's character will reappear in a flashback sequence.
Saiee is actor Mahesh Manjrekar's daughter, who also has a role in the film. He had previously spoken about sharing screen space with Saiee with Mid-Day: "I reprise my role of Haria. It's a cameo which is there to establish Chulbul's journey. I had one scene with Saiee and Salman, and it was wonderful to be in the same frame as my daughter. I felt proud and emotional."
Directed by Prabhu Deva, Dabangg 3 is produced by Salman Khan Films and Arbaaz Khan Production. It is scheduled to release on 20 December in Hindi, Kannada, Telugu, and Tamil. Salman and Prabhu Deva have previously worked together on Wanted.
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