Salman Khan was last seen in the film Tiger 3, directed by Maneesh Sharma. In comparison to the recent films of the Bollywood Megastar, the film fared slightly better. Up next, he will be seen in Vishnuvardhan’s directorial The Bull. For the unversed, Vishuvardhan directed Pawan Kalyan’s Panjaa, Ajith’s Billa, and Sidharth Malhotra’s Shershaah.
The Bull is based on “Operation Cactus,” a military operation carried out by the Indian Army in 1988. A coup attempt in the Maldives forced the then-President Maumoon Abdul Gayoon to move to a safe house. A group of Maldivians led by businessman Abdullah Luthufi planned this attack, but it was thwarted by Indian Army. Initially, President Gayoon requested Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Singapore for help, but none came forward for various reasons.
The President then requested the Indian government, who responded swiftly and carried out the operation successfully. Operation Cactus is thus a historic military operation. The subject is pretty interesting, and it seems that fans’ wish to see Salman in a content-driven film will likely be fulfilled with The Bull. The star actor will play a paramilitary officer in this flick, which will be produced by Karan Johar.