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Salman Khan and Prabhu Deva to charm IIFA in Singapore

Mumbai, May 25 (): Salman Khan is likely to attend the forthcoming 13th International Indian Film Academy awards in Singapore.

The news was confirmed by the sources very close to award ceremony. Salman is returning to IIFA festival after 2 years as he didn’t appear in last year`s award ceremony. Usually, parties given by Salman at IIFA are very popular.

It is not yet clear whether Salman Khan will be performing in the awards night where Prabhu Deva, ‘Wanted’ director is choreographing few performances by several actors. Salman is currently in his shooting schedules in Thailand with Katrina Kaif for his upcoming film Ek Tha Tiger.

The IIFA weekend is scheduled on June 7 to June 9 in Singapore’s Lion City. This year’s award function is scheduled to be hosted by Shahid Kapoor and many top Bollywood stars are also scheduled to perform at the IIFA show.

Director Prabhu Deva is choreographing performances with many artists at the awards show this year. “Rowdy Rathore” director is for the first time choreographing performances and also performing himself.

Prabhu Deva said dancing has always been his greatest passions and always liked to participate in IIFA celebration and he feels this is as a good opportunity. It is a totally different experience for him personally and choreographing many Bollywood’s finest artists.

He is very excited about this project. The stage energy is always fascinating and as there are many young talented actors in Bollywood now, he is looking forward to work with them eagerly.

The IIFA will showcase the best of the Indian film industry on worldwide dais. Wizcraft International Entertainment organizes the show. The director of the organization, Andre Timmins said they are extremely excited and honoured to have Prabhu Deva to choreograph in this year’s IIFA festival. According to him, Prabhu Deva is an extraordinary and sensational dancer. He has also been recognized as one among the best of the Indian film industry.