After 25 years, Salman Khan and Karan Johar are coming together for a full-length film titled 'The Bull'. The movie will be headlined by Salman Khan, directed by Vishnuvardhan, and produced by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions.

The film is based on a true story and will portray Salman Khan as a paramilitary officer, unfolding the events of the 1988 terror attacks in Malé, Maldives. The filming is set to start in February 2024, with the movie anticipated to be Salman's Eid 2025 gift to his fans.

A source close to the development spoke to Indian Express and said, “Salman Khan has

allotted bulk dates to Karan Johar for this ambitious action thriller inspired by true events. He will be shooting for this film from February to August 2024, and the preparations to change his body structure have already started."

The 'Ek Tha Tiger' star will undergo 60 days of intensive training and body transformation before joining the set. The production team plans to construct multiple sets in Mumbai and aims to recreate the past era authentically. The recent announcement of this collaboration has delighted Salman Khan's fans, who are still celebrating the success of his recently released action film, 'Tiger 3'.
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