Laal Singh Chadha: Aamir Khan Reaches Ladakh Post COVID-19 Recovery; To Shoot War Sequences For The Film - VISUALS INSIDE

Aamir Khan has reached Ladakh to reportedly shoot for war sequences for film Laal Singh Chadha

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Laal Singh Chadha: Aamir Khan Reaches Ladakh Post COVID-19 Recovery; To Shoot War Sequences For The Film - VISUALS INSIDE
Aamir Khan who recently recuperated from Coronavirus has dived deep into work again. The actor has started the work again on his ambitious project Laal Singh Chadha. He has zoomed off to Ladakh to reportedly shoot for war sequences for the film which is a Hindi adaptation of Hollywood film Forrest Gump. Footages of the actor arriving in Ladakh have made their way to the internet. In the videos, we see Aamir Khan following the Coronavirus protocols and maintaining social distancing.

As reported by Etimes, Aamir will be canning major portions in Ladakh and Kargil over 45-days of schedule. Naga Chaitanya who has replaced Vijay Sethupathi in Laal Singh Chadha is expected to join Aamir Khan over the shoot. The film that also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan in a pivotal role was supposed to release in December during Christmas. However, due to the pandemic and following lockdown, the shooting of the same came to a halt. Thus the release of the film has been reportedly postponed.

Talking about the same, Aamir Khan in an interview said, "While the rest of the world was dealing with Corona, we were dealing with Corona and Kareena (Kapoor) who was the heroine of the film, she got pregnant, another complication so we are like one more gust of wind has pushed us in another direction.” Speaking about the movie release he said, “So we’ll see where it lands but so far things are going well and for now, things seem to be in control. Hopefully, by the end of the year, we should see the film.” Stay tuned to SpotboyE for more updates. 




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