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Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan: Here's how Salman Khan has conceptualised the entry sequences of Venkatesh and Jagapathi Babu

Both Telugu stars will be introduced with an elaborative action sequence.

Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan: Here's how Salman Khan has conceptualised the entry sequences of Venkatesh and Jagapathi Babu

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Venkatesh; Salman Khan; Jagapathi Babu in stills from Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan

  • Aishwarya Vasudevan

Last Updated: 02.45 AM, Apr 03, 2023

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The Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan teaser makes it clear that Salman Khan's film will be an action spectacular. But not only the superstar will show off their might and take on the villains. According to reports, Salman, who is producing the film directed by Farhad Samji, conceptualised two intense action scenes that will introduce Venkatesh and Jagapathi Babu to the film. The stunt directors, Anbumani-Arivumani (Anbariv) and Anal Arasu met with the actor to talk about how to set up situations that would be good for the senior Telugu actors.

The actor-producer has worked closely on every aspect of the movie, including the choreography and soundtrack. A source told Mid Day that Salman wants the audience to clap and whistle during Venkatesh and Jagapathi's entry sequences. An elaborate set of a hilltop was built at the Golden Tobacco factory in Mumbai for Venkatesh's introduction scene. Production designer Rajat Poddarr made a village in south India with a rocky hill in the background. A separate set was built for Jagapathi's fight sequence.


The Eid release, in which Salman plays the eldest of four brothers, also features Pooja Hegde, Bhumika Chawla, Jassie Gill, and Raghav Juyal. Venkatesh plays Hegde's father, a respected man in the community who is forced to use violence, while Babu plays a don. According to the report, Khan mounted Venkatesh's entrance sequence on a substantial scale.

Salman spent hours working on the set piece with Anbariv because he wanted Venkatesh's introductory moment to be flawless. After all, the movie marks his comeback to Hindi cinema after a 28-year absence.

It is rumoured that the superstar is meticulously directing the movie down to the smallest detail to provide his fans with a thoroughly entertaining experience. Salman took part in the musical rehearsals and the recently released song Bathukamma, which Ravi Basrur wrote and Jani Master choreographed. The actor told costume designer Ashley Rebello to make him a dhoti and a kurta out of white and gold fabric.