Quadi No. 201 to showcase Salman blackbuck hunting case

Prakash Jha Tecake

Salman Khan’s controversial case which stood to claim that he committed an offense punishable by law by hunting a blackbuck during his shooting of “Hum Saath Saath Hai” has been decided to be converted into a film by the name “Quadi No. 201”.

This unique name has been adopted because while Salman Khan was partially punished and spent 72 hours in Jodhpur Central Jail, he was given the prison number 201, hence the name, Quadi No. 201. The verdict for the same is about to come out on 25th February.

The film will be about Salman’s life during that time and will encompass a journey that began in Mumbai and ended in Jodhpur. Salman’s situation and the lesser known facts that are only known to a few people who are close to him will also be released in this film.

It will be directed by Prakash Jha, and the upcoming actor Usmaan Khan will be playing the role of Salman Khan. This movie will also have the same Jodhpur jail and the same cell as well as the same vehicle and driver Harish Dhulani hired by Salman. In an interesting twist, the then inmate of Salman, Mahesh Saini will also be a part of the film and might be playing the same prisoner role.

This film claims to show the Salman Khan, the way he was then and how simple and good at heart he can be. He has led many prominent celebrities in Bollywood by giving them their first break and hence is known as the “Bhai” of Bollywood. The film’s shooting has started in Filmistan Studio in Mumbai, and it may have release dates in the early months of 2016.

With Salman’s “Kick” breaking off the Blockbuster records and his Dabbang 3 in queue to come out soon, Salman Khan fans might be interested in knowing the sensitive and being human side of Salman Khan through this film.

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