Arbaaz Khan is in full way back mood as he revealed stills from his unreleased movie "Jeetenge Hum" with Arshad Warsi. The Dabangg 2 executive took to Instagram to share notices of the 1997 film which couldn't see the light of day.
In the photos shared by Arbaaz Khan, the performing artists are seen displaying the 90s well known long hair pattern and holding weapons. Passing by the photos, it shows up Arshad played a joyful character in the unreleased film, while Arbaaz played a furious young fellow. Arbaaz expressed, "#throwbacksaturday Hahahaha. Stills from an unreleased 1997 film Jeetenge Hum I did with Arshad Warsi."
In another image, Arbaaz is seen riding a bicycle and Arshad sitting pillion being his happy self. The film likewise featured Josh performing artist Priya Gill.
Arbaaz Khan is right now occupied with the shooting of Dabangg 3. They as of late wrapped up the timetable in Maheshwar, a community in Madhya Pradesh. Arbaaz additionally coordinated and created the 2012 film Dabangg 2.
Dabangg 3 has been stuck in contentions as far back as its shoot started. As of late, one tune from the film got released on the web. An MLA from Maheshwar demanded because of an FIR according to keep straight towards the player when photographs of a Shivling blanketed along wooden planks throughout the shooting on the film surfaced over social media. Furthermore, most as of late, the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) served notice to the generation firm of the film requesting them to expel two film set pieces built inside Jal Mahal in the city.
Coordinated by Prabhudheva, Dabangg 3 is the third film in the establishment. Salman Khan plays the character of Inspector Chulbul Pandey who has his own particular manner of battling defilement.