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Salman and Jacqueline get ready to put the stage on fire at 'DA-bang' tour

The mirror had earlier reported that Salman Khan was prepping up to kick off the UK leg of his concert tour 'Da-bang' in UK this September.

The mirror had earlier reported that Salman Khan was prepping up to kick off the UK leg of his concert tour 'Da-bang' in UK this September.
Apart from Sonakshi Sinha, Daisy Shah, Prabhudheva and singer-composer Badshah who were a part of the tours in Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand in April, now a latest report suggests that Jacqueline Fernandez has also come on board.
 

Sooraj Pancholi, whom Salman launched in 'Hero', and singer Kamaal Khan are names on the list of performers. Reportedly, Bipasha Basu is no longer part of the tour.

Sooraj Pancholi, whom Salman launched in 'Hero', and singer Kamaal Khan are names on the list of performers. Reportedly, Bipasha Basu is no longer part of the tour.
A source close to us says, "The concerts will be held on September 16 and 17 at the Barclaycard arena in Birmingham and the O2 in London. The organizers were keen to have Jacqueline share the stage with Salman and she has agreed."

Salman- Jackie paired up in 2014 for Sajid Nadiadwala's Kick and are now teaming up for the Remo D'souza directorial.

Salman- Jackie paired up in 2014 for Sajid Nadiadwala's Kick and are now teaming up for the Remo D'souza directorial.
Reportedly, that will see Jackie play, a dance teacher to Salman, who enrolls for a dance contest on the behest of his daughter.

Jacqueline confirmed the intelligence. Sonakshi is an inbuilt component of the tour, having featured in the picture show from which the tour has borrowed its name

Jacqueline confirmed the intelligence. Sonakshi is an inbuilt component of the tour, having featured in the picture show from which the tour has borrowed its name
There are plans to have Salman and her shake a leg in concert on their hit numbers besides individual performances." So be quick to be conquered, England.