Mumbai, July 3 -- Salman Khan shot for a large part of his next, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, in Kashmir. It was the first time he was filming in the valley, and the actor thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
As a result of his new-found love for the region, Salman wants to arrange for a special screening of his movie for the locals there. An insider reveals, "Salman worked in Kashmir for 45 days.
While he was there, he got a chance to visit the interiors, and interact with the locals. He liked the scenic beauty, and the simplicity of the people. The team shot at a lot of outdoor locations, where they had to travel by foot. Often, during shoots, a huge crowd would assemble and sit there for hours. The locals were very accommodating, and ensured they did not come interrupt the shooting. Salman would interact with them in-between shots."
The team also filmed a song at the Aishmuqam Dargah, which has supposedly never allowed any film-makers to shoot in the premises before this. The insider adds, "It was a soulful experience for Salman. He wants to visit Kashmir once again. Now, with the film ready for release, the actor is keen to show it to the Kashmiri people. He feels they will connect with the film. He is currently in talks with the team to arrange the screening."