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No break for Salman!

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Mumbai, Oct. 30 -- Salman Khan is known to take around two weeks off between shooting two films, but that won't be the case as far as his current projects are concerned.    

The actor is shooting for brother Sohail Khan's Jai Ho these days. As soon as the film is wrapped up, he will begin work on Sajid Nadiadwala's directorial debut, Kick.   A source close to the actor reveals, "Salman is about to complete shooting for Jai Ho and directly get into the shoot schedule for the next project, Kick. It will be the big Eid release for next year, so Salman wants to give as much time as possible for its shooting."     

Salman has apparently kept dates in November and December to shoot for Kick as he is on the verge of completing Jai Ho. The source says, "For Jai Ho, he will complete all the scenes except one song. The team has been working overtime. Salman has been staying at his Panvel home as the set for the film has been set up close by. Once he is done, he will return to Mumbai and start work on Kick."     

When contacted, a spokesperson for Kick said, "Salman is currently wrapping up the shoot for Jai Ho and will start shooting for Kick immediately after its completion. He is not even taking a small break, which he usually does between shooting two films"    


According to industry insiders, Salman Khan's schedule is completely packed until next year. Once he finishes Jai Ho, the actor will begin Kick, which they plan to finish shooting in one schedule. Some time later, Salman will also shoot a song for Jai Ho as the movie is the first big release of next year (January). An insider reveals, "After Salman finishes Kick, he will shoot for a special appearance in brother-in-law, producer Atul Agnihotri's next, O Teri." Rumour has it that the actor, who also has No Entry Mein Entry in hand, seems to have given it only a few days, but it will be a back-to-back schedule. However, Salman's longest schedule next year will be for Sooraj Barjatya's Bade Bhaiyya, for which he has allotted close to 200 days.