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Dabangg 3 Kannada version to be out in 250 theatres in Karnataka- Cinema express

Dabangg 3 Kannada version to be out in 250 theatres in Karnataka

The Salman Khan-starrer has Kannada superstar Sudeep playing the antagonist role

Published: 17th November 2019
Salman Khan and Sudeep

Salman Khan’s upcoming Hindi film, Dabangg 3, has been creating a buzz in Karnataka even before its release. It is all due to the presence of Sudeep as the antagonist in the film, which is set for release on December 20. Distributor Manjunath Gowda, who has bought the rights of Dabangg 3, will be releasing the Kannada-dubbed version in over 250 theatres across Karnataka. 

Dabangg 3 will be the first dubbed film to be released in so many theatres,” says Manjunath. “Several buyers from Mysuru, Shivamogga, and Davanagere want the Kannada version to be released in their areas,” he adds.

Salman, who plays Chulbul Pandey in the film directed by Prabhudheva, will also be delivering dialogues in Kannada, which has further raised expectations. The film, made under the banners of Salman Khan Films and Arbaaz Khan Productions, will also have a simultaneous release in Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam.

Dabangg 3 features Sonakshi Sinha as the female lead, and the cast includes Mahie Gill, Tinu Anand, and Mahesh Manjrekar.

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