Pathan: Shah Rukh Khan To Head To Europe For Shooting, Salman Khan's Cameo To Be Shot There Too - EXCLUSIVE

Shah Rukh Khan starrer Pathan will now head to Europe for a lengthy episode which will include Salman Khan’s cameo appearance, to be a shot in a week-long stretch.

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Pathan: Shah Rukh Khan To Head To Europe For Shooting, Salman Khan's Cameo To Be Shot There Too - EXCLUSIVE
With COVID-19 receding in parts of Europe Indian filmmakers are now planning their schedules  abroad in countries that are relatively COVID-free. Aditya Chopra-Siddharth Anand’s Shah Rukh Khan starrer  Pathan will now head to  Europe for a lengthy episode which will include Salman Khan’s cameo appearance, to be  a shot in a week-long stretch.

Many Bollywood  producers are now exploring the foreign  option to resume shooting, since shooting in India would be considered dangerous even if   the lockdown ended. Some television crews are also considering the option of shifting abroad.

Sony’s Indian Idol is now being shot in Daman. The new season  of  The Kapil  Sharma Show is  also likely to be  shot abroad.


Shah Rukh Khan’s impatient fans  have  been  eagerly  clinging to the  news that  Shah Rukh Khan has said yes  to  a  film entitled Pathan starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone  and  John Abraham,  to be  directed by Siddharth Anand.

Another  project being  talked about  is  Tamil director Atlee Kumar’s  Hindi debut which would apparently feature  Shah  Rukh Khan in a double  role.


The  other  project that Shah Rukh has   given the nod to is with  director Raj Kumar Hirani and that now awaits  the final draft of the script. I also know  with certainty  that Shah Rukh Khan has been in  talks  with  Sanjay Leela  Bhansali for a possible project. But again any  sign of locking in  the  project is  far from  the  truth.



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