Superstar Salman Khan has a hectic schedule ahead of him. The actor is presently shooting a exhausting 45-day schedule in Abu Dhabi for Tiger Zinda Hai which include high octane action sequences. The film which is being directed by Ali Abbas Zafar is the sequel to Kabir Khan's Ek Tha Tiger and also stars Katrina Kaif.
After Tiger Zinda Hai, Salman will start shooting for Remo D'Souza's Race 3 which will see the actor as a grey character.
Once Race 3's shoot is done, the actor will then begin to work on Sister Alvira Agnihotri and brother-in-law Atul Agnihotri’s production titled Bharat.
Bharat is the remake of the Korean movie Ode To My Father. A source disclosed to a famous tabloid, "It is set against the backdrop of the India-Pakistan Partition and will continue to the present day. And so, Salman will be seen ageing through the film. So, he will have different looks throughout the film, depicting various ages."
What's motivating is that Salman will be ageing throughout the film - from a teenager to a senior citizen. The source revealed, "It will be a combination of prosthetics and age-reduction technology. The makers are getting a special team that will do the prosthetics for the film. For the CGI, the makers are going to use the same technique that the makers of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button used to show different ages of Brad Pitt in the film. But it’s not the same special effects team from Hollywood. They are just using the same technique."