Aamir Khan Reveals What He Enjoyed The Most While Shooting With Naga Chaitanya In Ladakh For Laal Singh Chaddha

Naga Chaitanya has been roped in to play a pivotal part in Aamir Khan-starrer Laal Singh Chaddha

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Aamir Khan Reveals What He Enjoyed The Most While Shooting With Naga Chaitanya In Ladakh For Laal Singh Chaddha
Aamir Khan is stationed in North India in the beautiful locales of Ladakh, filming for his much-talked about movie Laal Singh Chaddha. The perfectionist Khan was joined by South Indian movie star Naga Chaitanya, who is roped in to play a pivotal in the movie. Aamir is also joined by his former wife Kiran Rao on the shoot. On Wednesday, the duo hosted a press conference in Ladakh, and recalled their shooting experience with the South star.

As actors had to travel for an hour daily to reach the shooting location, Aamir said he used to travel with Naga Chaitanya and while on their way, they enjoyed the scenic beauty of Ladakh. He said, “We used to take an hour to reach the shoot location and used to go by car. Our south star Chay (Naga Chaitanya) and I used to travel together. So those two hours we truly enjoyed the beautiful scenery. It's a very unique place.”

“Experience was very good...we were comfortable. There are good hotels here. Kiran will tell you more because she is handling the production directly,” he added, further praising the culture and warmth he received from the people residing there.

In agreement with him, Kiran too boasted about the infrastructure at Kargil being quite advanced. “Yes, in fact the infrastructure at Kargil is quite advanced. We could accommodate our entire crew and everyone was comfortable. Transport, hotels are of good quality and we didn't really face any issues. The roads here are actually quite good.” ALSO READ: Laal Singh Chaddha: Mona Singh Shares A Glimpse Of Her ‘Magical Drive’ To Leh As She Joins The Film Crew; Her Journey To Work Will Leave You Mesmerized

When asked by the local press if the actor has any message for young minds of Kargil who are inclined towards filmmaking, he replied, “With every film you will learn something. Youngsters who are interested should apply and learn about the creative field. It's a vast field. Filmmaking is the youngest art form.” ALSO READ: Laal Singh Chaddha Makers On Rumours About Aamir Khan's Team Littering Shoot Location In Ladakh Village: ‘We Strongly Deny Such Claims’

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