'Dabangg 3' shoot: Salman gets notice for damaging antique statue
10 Apr 2019
Salman Khan, who started shooting for Dabangg 3 last week, recently landed in a legal trouble after the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) issued a notice to his team for a set construction inside the Jal Mahal in Mandu, MP, considered illegal.
The notice also accused the Dabangg 3 team for damaging a stone statuette, an antique figurine, at the fort while shooting.
Team ordered to remove set pieces constructed inside the monument
As per an eyewitness, the film crew was removing part of the sets on the banks of the Narmada river in Maheshwar town, and some heavy objects apparently hit the statuette.
As a result, a part of the antique figurine was damaged and broken.
The ASI notice also ordered the Dabangg 3 team to remove the two set pieces constructed inside the monument.
If directive not followed, 'Dabangg 3' shooting might get canceled
Media reports further suggested that the notice was served on Sunday to one Harsh Dev of M/s Dream World Movies and Production at Sudama Nagar in Indore.
Signed by the Mandu Sub Circle ASI Junior Conservation Assistant, the notice had a clause that the permission of shooting might be canceled if the Dabangg 3 team fails to follow the directives mentioned in the notice.
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