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Covoid-19 Effect: Salman works from home

By SUBHASH K JHA
March 23, 2020 11:56 IST
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The enforced confinement due to coronavirus has made Salman Khan determined to continue his work from home.

Initially, when the period of confinement started, the actor was happy painting and spending time with his parents.

But now, he is itching to get back to work.

Salman has two major releases coming up for release in 2021: Radhe: India's Most Wanted and Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali.

Now, one hears that he will start editing Radhe from his home.

"It makes sense," a source tells Subhash K Jha. "Because Salman sits on his film's editing anyway. To ensure that the film makes it on time for an Eid release on May 22, Salman will do the post-production work from home."

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Brahmastra to miss release date again

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Karan Johar's much delayed production Brahmastra, which was set for a marathon final schedule to make it for its December 4 release, is unlikely to make it in time, thanks to the coronavirus outbreak.

For now, the final schedule involving Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and Nagarjuna has been called off until further notice.

With Brahmastra likely to go into 2021, this is the second consecutive year with no releases for Ranbir Kapoor.

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