Salman Khan reportedly no longer part of Dhoom 4, after refusing to play a negative character

Salman Khan, who had been reportedly solid within the fourth installment of Dhoom, allegedly backed out from the venture since he was not ready to share the screen space with Abhishek Bachchan, owing to his variations with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Nonetheless, stories have now emerged that the Race 3 actor didn’t wish to be part of the movie as he didn’t wish to portray a villain on screen.

Salman Khan/Picture from Twitter.

As per a DNA report, Salman Khan in a current interview admitted to not being snug enjoying a villain in a movie. With a big fan following, actor is eager on not sending out a improper message to his followers by indulging in wrongdoings, even on the massive display screen.

Studies of Salman Khan being part of Dhoom 4 had surfaced a 12 months in the past with the group even creating reference posters that includes the actor. Earlier in June, a supply had revealed to Mid-Day that the Dhoom 4 deal was finalised in June, put up Race 3s launch. Aditya Chopra had deliberate to launch the movie in 2020 and its was going to be helmed by Thugs of Hindostan director Vijay Krishna Acharya.

As per the identical report, Salman’s character was akin to that of Aamir Khan and Hrithik Roshan’s, within the earlier installments, the position of the antagonist. He was additionally set to be seen sporting lengthy hair and a scar on the face.

Nonetheless, earlier this 12 months, speculations emerged that Salman had backed out of the movie, owing to Abhishek Bachchan’s presence in it. Since Abhishek’s character of ACP Jai Dixit had been an integral a part of the franchise since its inception, the group did not adjust to Salman’s calls for.

If stories are to be believed, the makers had been eager on casting Shah Rukh Khan and Ranbir Kapoor following Salman’s alleged exit from Dhoom 4. Nonetheless, the rumours had been dismissed by a YRF spokesperson, saying that work on Dhoom 4 was but to start.

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