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Atul Agnihotri 's daughter Alizeh Agnihotri to debut in Dabangg 3

Doting parents Atul Agnihotri and Alvira Khan Agnihotri have been working hard with their daughter Alizeh, to help her achieve her dream of becoming an actress.

Doting parents Atul Agnihotri and Alvira Khan Agnihotri have been working hard with their daughter Alizeh, to help her achieve her dream of becoming an actress.
From rigorous dance practice sessions to acting courses, they’ve left no stone unturned. Alizeh will make her debut in Dabangg 3, one of the biggest film franchises by her uncle Salman Khan.
 

We get our source to spill the beans. Alizeh is training under choreographer Saroj Khan, and her assistants are busy teaching Alizeh all the necessary Bollywood moves.

We get our source to spill the beans. Alizeh is training under choreographer Saroj Khan, and her assistants are busy teaching Alizeh all the necessary Bollywood moves.
In This Image: Alizeh Agnihotri
As she will be debuting alongside the Dabaang Khan himself, the aspiring actress comes all the way to Andheri Link Road for dance practice. And from there, she goes to Aram Nagar in the suburbs for her acting classes.

This is a regular routine for Alizeh. Saturdays and Sundays are relaxing days.”

This is a regular routine for Alizeh. Saturdays and Sundays are relaxing days.”
About uncle Salman’s interest in her progress, the source reveals, “Yes, Salman was spotted twice or thrice at Alizeh’s dance classes. He wanted to see how her dance had progressed. And he seemed to be quite satisfied. Alizeh has taken her training so very seriously, and is improving on a daily basis.”

So needless to say, though Sonakshi Sinha is in the film, she will not be seen in the lead role.

So needless to say, though Sonakshi Sinha is in the film, she will not be seen in the lead role.
In This Image: Alizeh Agnihotri
“Sonakshi will be seen in Dabangg 3. Now to know how Sonakshi’s role will be carried forward, you need to wait and watch,” said Arbaaz during an earlier interaction.