Salman Khan's Sultan went on floors in November 2015. However, the superstar has been working on his physique and diction since August last year.
Khan, who considers Sultan to be his most physically challenging film till date is finally set to wrap up shooting for the film by April-end. The team is currently shooting at Film City in Mumbai and the Ali Abbas Zafar-directorial has already been shot for over 75 days at various studios in Mumbai.
The director took to Twitter to confirm that the shooting for Sultan would be wrapped up in another month, following which the team would kicktstart post-production work.
"75 days of shoot over @SultanTheMovie, last 30 days left..feels like just started shooting. Time flies :)" said Zafar.
The teaser trailer of Salman Khan's Sultan is set to be attached to the prints of Shah Rukh Khan's Fan and will be uploaded on YouTube on 13 April.
Salman Khan will play a wrestling champion from Haryana in the Bollywood film. Under the supervision of stunt coordinator, Larnell Stovall, Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma have shot for a few high-octane wrestling and MMA sequences - touted to be a major highlight of the film produced under the Yash Raj Banner.
Sultan is set to release this Eid.