“Had the British authorities not refused me the necessary visa, the original shooting would have been done in London. But i am happy that i have come to Warsaw to finish the film. Poland on the whole is a beautiful country and the city of Warsaw is a place of my dreams” he shared with IANS.
The star feels that more producers should choose Poland for overseas filming – “I wish more and more Bollywood producers would opt for the country (to shoot films) as all the technical facilities are there. What else can one desire for! Polish people are very understanding and friendly. I would love to come again and again even to chill out from my heavy commitments” he added.
Salman also expressly thanked the Poland tourism for their amazing hospitality and reception. Adding to the same, Sahid Nadiadwala the director expressed –
“We got excellent cooperation from the Polish ministry of tourism who got us subsidised rates in a five star hotel for a crew of 70 people which we brought here from Mumbai. Our local partner Film Polska did a commendable job and they entertained our each and every demand. Our experience is simply great”
Salman Khan’s Kick is a remake of a Telugu blockbuster with the same title. The film is planned for an Eid release this year for all Salman Khan fans the world over.