Arbaaz Khan can currently be seen in SonyLIV's Tanaav.
Patna Shukla, Arbaaz Khan's upcoming production, began filming last week in Bhopal. He was interested in the social drama's storyline, but working with his friend and fellow actor Raveena Tandon was the deciding factor.
Khan told Mid Day that Tandon and he worked together in Soch back in 2002. However, they have known one another ever since she starred in Patthar Ke Phool, a movie starring his brother Salman Khan and written by their father, Salim Khan. As a production company, they had been looking forward to an intriguing project for a while. Arbaaz predicts that Tandon will elevate Patna Shukla to new heights.
Chandan Roy Sanyal plays a lawyer in the movie, and Jatin Goswami is the bad guy. Satish Kaushik and Manav Vij also have significant roles. Tandon is said to be portrayed as a social activist, but the producer doesn't want to say more.
Khan said that he won't go into much detail about the project at this time, other than to say that it's a social drama about a regular woman's courageous and tenacious fight. As a production company, they think it's important to keep viewers entertained. In spite of its serious subject matter, the movie is written in this way.
Many believed that Khan's next project would be Dabangg 4, which will star Salman as Chulbul Pandey and be directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia. Plans, however, have been altered.
The actor-filmmaker revealed that Dabangg 4 is in the works, but Salman and he have prior commitments, so they haven't established the timeline. During the lockdown, Patna Shukla was written, and they were prepared to go on the floors right away. Khan added that he is focusing on it right now.
Khan plays a key role in the action-thriller streaming series Tanaav, which was made by Sudhir Mishra and Sachin Krishn. The series is made by Sameer Nair and produced by Applause Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. It also stars Danish Husain, Ekta Kaul, Manav Vij, M. K. Raina, Rajat Kapoor, Satyadeep Mishra, Shashank Arora, Sumit Kaul, Sukhmani Sadana, Waluscha De Sousa, and Zarina Wahab.
On November 11, 2022, Tanaav, a remake of the Israeli television program Fauda, debuted on SonyLIV. The first season makes reference to Gulf funding, the Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, and moderate separatists.