Salman Khan has begun the preparation for his upcoming film produced by Karan Johar. The actor who plays the role of Brigadier Farukh Bulsara in his next titled The Bull has been going under tremendous physical training to suit the part in the film. According to sources, the actor trains for 3.5 hours a day and has also made changes in his diet. He has also been working with paramilitary forces. The film was kickstarted after the muhurat shot that happened on December 29.
A source revealed, "Salman Khan to play Brigadier Farukh Bulsara, who led Operation Cactus in 1988 in the Maldives. He will be playing a paramilitary officer in the upcoming Dharma project, to begin filming in February. The superstar is undergoing rigorous physical training to play the character of Brigadier Bulsara.”
The Bull is directed by Vishnu Varadhan, and produced by Dharma Productions, presents a retelling of Operation Cactus wherein the Indian Armed Forces, on November 3, 1988, assisted the Maldives in reclaiming control following a coup attempt led by businessman Abdullah Luthufi and the People’s Liberation Organisation of Tamil Eelam (PLOTE). The Indian forces efficiently neutralised the mercenaries and restored control to President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom’s government within hours.