Race 3: Jacqueline Fernandez is straggling Kashmir with Salman Khan

Salman Khan from Kargil to Leh on a bullet with Jacqueline Fernandez

These days, Bollywood's Dabang Khan, that is, Salman is in the limelight for his upcoming film Race 3. The viewers of Salman Khan starrer Race 3 are eagerly waiting. These days, my film 'Race 3' is shooting for the last weekend. He is in Kashmir for the film's latest schedule these days. Here Salman Khan and his team also met the Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti.

During this he was seen roaming in the bike along with Jacqueline on the mountain. Salman sat next to Jacqueline and traveled from Kargil to Leh. Apart from this, he had also gone to Kashmir before coming to Laddock where he was seen jumping in jeep in the middle of the tight security between the gold security at Sonamarg. Bodyguard Sherra, who was always with them, was sitting in the jeep. Two security guards were also standing behind Salman.

 

In the past, some pictures of Salman were becoming very viral on social media, in which he was seen visiting Kashmir and meeting the children there. Salman is not alone in shooting for a song in Kashmir, but he is accompanied by film heroine Jacqueline Fernandes. The news is that there is a romantic song to be filmed in the film, and for this, Salman Khan and Jacqueline are present in Haseen. During this time, Jacqueline shares a photo with the film set, in which Salman and Jacqueline are together.

 

 

Apart from Salman and Jacqueline, the actors like Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Daisy Shah and Shakib Salim will be seen in important roles. This is the third film of 'Race' franchise.

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