In 2023, Salman Khan had a big hit with ‘Tiger 3’ during Diwali. Now, the superstar has announced his next project with Dharma Productions called ‘The Bull.’ The film officially started shooting in Mumbai on December 29, and Salman is undergoing intense physical preparation, including training with paramilitary forces for his role. Fans are eagerly looking forward to seeing Salman Khan back on the big screen.
According to a source, Salman Khan is set to portray Brigadier Farukh Bulsara, the leader of Operation Cactus in the Maldives in 1988, in the upcoming Dharma project. Scheduled to start filming in February, Salman Khan will be playing the role of a paramilitary officer. The superstar is dedicating 3.5 hours daily to intense physical training to authentically embody the character of Brigadier Bulsara. Additionally, he has made some adjustments to his diet as part of his preparation for the role.
Vishnu Varadhan’s film ‘The Bull’ will depict a narrative of Operation Cactus, where the Indian Armed Forces played a crucial role on November 3, 1988. During this operation, they assisted the Maldives in regaining control after a coup attempt led by businessman Abdullah Luthufi and the People’s Liberation Organisation of Tamil Eelam (PLOTE). The Indian forces successfully neutralized the mercenaries involved and swiftly restored control to President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom’s government within a matter of hours.

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