India-Maldives Conflict Affect Salman Khan’s The Bull, Shooting Delayed

The Bull, directed by Vishnu Vardhan is based on Operation Cactus conducted by Indian Army to protect Maldives from a terror attack
Salman Khan and Karan Johar
Salman Khan and Karan Johar

According to a Bollywood Hungama report, Salman Khan’s upcoming film The Bull produced by Karan Johar has been pushed a little further from commencing the shoot. The Bull was supposed to go on floors earlier in January 2024 but due to the India-Maldives conflict the makers have pushed the shoot a little ahead.

A closed source told the news portal, "Karan, Vishnu, and Salman need more time to decide on the exact route that the screenplay will take. They are reworking on certain elements of the script and will take the film on floors once the ugly relationship between the two countries settles down a bit. At the moment, the February schedule has been delayed by at-least 2 months."

While Vishnu Vardhan, the director of the film has taken the film on the writing table, Johar is figuring on the other modalities. "Salman is on the same page as the team of Dharma and is also reading many scripts," the source told us further.

The Bull is based on the famous 'Operation Cactus' conducted by the Indian Army to protect the Maldives from a terror attack. Khan plays the role of Farrok Bulsarra in the film and has already started his training to lose weight and get into the shape of an army officer.

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