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Salman Khan pitches for Bollywood Parks in Dubai

Dubai’s newest theme park released a behind the scenes look for the superstar’s stunt show based on his hit film ‘Dabangg’

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Shah Rukh Khan has done it. Hrithik Roshan has done it. And now, it’s Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s turn.

We are talking about a string of Bollywood’s biggest stars releasing videos which reveal what went down during the making of the attractions that will be rolled out at Bollywood Parks Dubai, a theme park that is scheduled to open in Dubai on November 15.

The Dabangg star on Thursday released a footage of him executing live stunts for the attraction Dabangg: Stunt Spectacular, located within the Rustic Ravine zone. It will see the cheeky cop Chulbul Pandey on an adventure to rescue Rajjo, his lady love, from the clutches of goons.

“Expect action, some weird funny dancing steps and humour,” said Khan in a statement.

The action filled video also stars, Arbaaz Khan, Khan’s brother, co-actor from the film, and also the producer of the super hit movie.

“As soon as the moustache and uniform is on, the voice changes, the gait and my whole personality changes. Today, I’m playing my character of Chulbul Pandey, a cop,” said Khan in the statement.

His brother was quick to add: “I feel no one could have played Chulbul’s role better than Salman Khan, as he added a dash of his own personality. While the script offers one thing, Salman had brought a lot more to the table,” said Arbaaz in a statement.

Rustic Ravine will also feature a section on Aamir Khan’s Lagaan, which includes a mini carnival in the Champaner village with a ferris wheel, carousel and Lagaan Thrill of Victory, a rollercoaster-style motion-based simulator experience.

There will also be an interactive track‐bound dark ride called Sholay, The Hunt for Gabbar Singh with 3D projection, where riders shoot their way through key scenes from the Bollywood classic film, Sholay.

Daily entry to the park is Dh285 for adults and Dh245 for children and those over 60. An annual pass is Dh755.