A team comprising of 1,000 policemen has been deployed for security of Bollywood actor Salman Khan, who is presently shooting for his film ‘Sultan’ in Muzaffarnagar (Uttar Pradesh).
The actor, who is living in a farmhouse there, was accompanied by over 20 bouncers.
Even the roads leading to the farmhouse has been closed for the public and only people associated with the film can enter the premises.
“Salman arrived late on Tuesday night in a convoy of a dozen cars amidst tight security. As soon as word spread that the star would be arriving, multitude of his fans began thronging the area, but they were kept at bay,” a source told Mid-Day
The local block office there
Not only that, the state chief minister Akhilesh Yadav is overseeing the security measures and has given strict instructions to the police regarding the same.
He has also ordered policemen to not take pictures with the actor or even shake hands with him.
Further, a special ‘Akhada’ was created where the wrestling bouts scenes would be shot. Some scenes were shot in the local block office too.
The source said though the movie is being shot in UP, the unit had put up boards saying ‘Haryana’.