Here’s how Sudeep got on board for Dabangg 3

Salman Khan’s Dabangg 3 is about to join the Rs. 100 crore club. With the film, Salman Khan returns under the name of Chulbul Pandey and also brings back the character’s delirious sense of humor. Another exciting part of the film is that it had the South superstar Sudeep playing the role of the antagonist.

Today, in an interview with an online portal, Sudeep made an interesting revelation about how he joined the film. The actor said, “I accepted Dabangg 3 only because it is Salman’s film. I don’t think I will accept the role of total villain again. I played an antagonist at Makkhi but I was not quite a villain. It’s not that I don’t like to play a bad guy, I need a reason to play a bad guy. You cannot despise the role of a villain because without the character of this villain, a hero does not become a hero. Good people must stand out, whether you take mythology or history wherever there is a hero because of a villain. “

Dabangg 3 was released on December 20 on 1,300 screens. The film was also dubbed in Kannada, Tamil and Telugu to appeal to a wider audience.

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