Just two days back it was reported that Alia Bhatt will soon resume the shoot of her much ambitious film Gangubai Kathiawadi after the lockdown was lifted in the state. Today came pictures of the lovely actress visiting the film's director Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s office. As per the industry photographer the actress was said to be visiting his office to plan out the things about the upcoming shoot. Waving at the paps, she looked pretty as always.
Sporting a red-magenta gown, she wore white slip-on footwear and covered her mouth with a black mask. As per reports the filmmaker only needs three days to shoot; the makers will be shooting for a background song featuring Alia Bhatt. SLB had plans to complete the shoot, but unfortunately, the lockdown was announced and the shooting came to a halt. While the movie is scheduled to hit the screens on July 30, 2021, makers are yet to finish filming certain parts of the film.
Here are the pictures of the actress visiting SLB’s office-
Recently there were reports of filmmaker Karan Johar roping in Alia Bhatt and Ranveer Singh for a comedy flick. However, a close source to KJo has denied any such project being in the pipeline. The source informed, “Karan is not looking at directing any project at the moment. His focus at the moment is on seeing the long-delayed Brahmastra to its completion. All his efforts are going into minimizing the production costs as Brahmastra has gone way over-budget.” ALSO READ: Gangubai Kathiawadi: Alia Bhatt Starrer To Resume Filming This Month But Dance Or Crowd Sequences Are Prohibited — Reports
Besides Gangubai Kathiawadi, Alia Bhatt has Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra, co-starring Ranbir Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan and Mouni Roy in eminent roles. ALSO READ: Neetu Kapoor Posts A Throwback Picture With Her Late Husband Rishi Kapoor And A Quirky Caption; Alia Bhatt Says 'Love This'
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