According to the Times of India, the Dabangg star will live in a specially constructed apartment at the studio during the 40-day schedule.
Producer Atul Agnihotri commented: "Yes, Salman will be living on the sets. We have decided to build a place that is as close to his actual home. That's the only instruction that we gave the interior designer.
"However, we are not going to take anything from his pad to do up this place. We are renting everything out from beds to wardrobes. Salman's gym will also have everything he needs. There will be a fully loaded kitchen, a big bathroom and an area where he can hang out with his friends who drop in to see him."
The actor, reportedly the highest paid Hindi film star, made the decision to stay in the studio complex in order to cut down on the 90-minute commute from his home in Galaxy Apartments in Bandra West.
Khan faced controversy earlier this year when production on Bodyguard broke local working laws by filming on a national holiday.