Salman Khan to shoot JAI HO climax sequence today

By Urvi Parikh, Glamsham Editorial

Bollywood actor Salman Khan, who is currently busy with his popular television show 'Bigg Boss 7', was to shoot a climax sequence of his upcoming film JAI HO (earlier titled MENTAL), today.

While there has been lot of speculations about JAI HO, the film has been currently shooting its climax action sequence. With Salman Khan being the hero, isn't it obvious to have some 'Dabangg' moments?

Salman Khan, who chatted with his fans on the micro-blogging site despite a busy program, excused himself early as he had to report for JAI HO's morning shoot. "Challo good nite . Kal morning shooting climax action for jai ho," posted Sallu.

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