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Salman Khan will be Promoting Pawan Kalyan’s Movie

As we already know, Hindi version of Sardaar Gabbar Singh will also be released simultaneously on 8th April in Northern parts of India. Eros International and North Star Entertainment, who are the producers of this film, are planning to release the Hindi-dubbed version widely in 800 screens. The film makers are confident about the potential of the film and they are sure that this film will come out in flying colors in North India, if it is promoted well.

The promotional efforts of Sardaar Gabbar Singh has been taken care by Salman Khan. Salman Khan already tasted the success of Dabang and Dabang 2. Salman might be promoting Sardaar Gabbar Singh in North Region for getting huge response from North Audience.

As per the schedule, Pawan and Kajal will be going to Switzerland to shoot the remaining 3 songs. And the film is hitting the theaters on 8th April.

This film is directed by Bobby. There are many doubts that are raised in Bollywood on why Powerstar took a decision to release Sardaar Gabbar Singh in Bollywood. Pawan fans are worried about their hero’s reputation. Anyway we have to watch their reaction on this movie.

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